I want to use the user directory of JIRA(XXXX:8091) to confluence(XXXX:18010), I'm run the servers in docker containers and the port number is changed.
How can I set the IP address in "configure other applications" on JIRA?
(the default is
@mwwang (Sorry I forgot to send this message yesterday)
There is the following doc in Atlassian Website, please check it and try their suggestions:
Let us know if you have any questions.
Hi @mwwang ,
Login to confluence.
Settings --> User Management --> User Directories --> Add Directory --> Atlassian Jira
Name : Choose any specified Name
Server URL : 192.168.0.1:8080 (Replace with your IP and Port)
Application Name : Jira Username
Password : Jira Password
Connection Timeout : choose default is enough (5000)
Max Connections : Confluence users highest active number count in a day
Proxy Host : any proxy server used , IP address
Proxy Port : Same as above
Proxy Server username and Password
Jira Server Permissions :
Choose "Read-only" for better safety.
Don't Enable Nested groups
Keep all settings as default
if you create jira accounts frequent, Choose least time.
TEST and Save
I also do it as you said, but the Application Name and Password are not the JIRA user name and password, it should be the jira user server as I said in the topic.
I connect the jira user server with the error:
com.atlassian.crowd.exception.ApplicationPermissionException: Forbidden (403) Encountered a "403 - Forbidden" error while loading this page. client.forbidden.exception Go to Jira home
So I'm not sure if my configurition is right or I'm missing some configuration
I also add the whitelist.
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