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how to configure Jira over HTTPS for OAuth2 integration.

Acording to Setting up OAuth 2.0 integrationl a prerequisite is that the server be running over HTTPS. We are using a reverse proxy that does the HTTPS for us, but we are still unable to configure OAuth. It is not even in the ⚙ > System menu. What do we need to do to get it working. 

Jira core 9.1.0

Jira Service Management 5.1.0

 

Thanks

Chris 

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Artur Moura Atlassian Team Oct 14, 2022

Hey @Chris Vanelli

The documentation you are mentioning was updated recently, which I believe has now more detailed steps about how to setup OAuth2 for external applications.

Overall the OAuth2.0 configuration was moved under Application Links now. You may refer to this Link to another applications KB.

Hoping it helps, please let us know how it goes.

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