I have successfully installed my JIRA and SQL server 2014 on server. It started with embedded databased and worked well.
I want to change the DB to into SQL sever. Hence I changed the dbconf file as mentioned in the Atlassian documentation. But unable to connect and getting error. Please help.
My connection details are below.
But still I am unable to connect and getting error message like ....
I would follow the instructions in Switching Databases:
What value are you using for the URL tag? You don't need to disclose the exact value, I'm just interested to learn if you are using a hostname, IP address, or the value 'localhost'. From what I can see of your dbconfig.xml that looks fine, but it could be that SQL isn't listening on that port/address you are using to try to connect to.
If this is a hostname, then it is possible that the server can't resolve it's own hostname. That tends to happen when the server is configured to use a DNS server that doesn't know how to resolve that hostname to the expected IP address.
If JIRA and SQL are on the same machine, then I would recommend trying to use the localhost address. This is the equivalent of the 127.0.0.1 or the ::1 address that you might see in some systems.
It might be you have to configure SQL to listen to port 1433 on a specific interface of that system. Details on how to do this are in https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/sql/database-engine/configure-windows/configure-a-server-to-listen-on-a-specific-tcp-port I believe the default is listening on localhost for 1433, but you might have to make sure the SQL server is listening the port/address that you are actually trying to connect to.
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