In My Locally set up Jira server
My Current local URL=http://localhost:8080/secure/Dashboard.jspa
I am accessing Rest API with basic auth by username and password(plain).
(I don't know my API token)
My cloud URL = https://prohance.atlassian.net/secure/Dashboard.jspa
Here I am accessing Rest API with basic auth by username and password(plain).
(Here i know my API token from id.atlassian.com)
I am able to access Rest API by both
a. Username and Plain Password
b. Username and API token
As i read Plain Password over basic auth is deprecated. So asking this.
My Question is
1. How to get API token in local Jira Server.
2. What will be the URL in my locally installed Jira Server for going to the page id.atlassian.com given in below image
Appreciate your Quick response.
Thank you for sharing, however, please keep in mind the Vendor Guidelines, specifically:
No necroposting: Aka, no "raising threads from the dead." In general, avoid posting on old threads (six months or more old) simply to promote your products.
If you notice a recent thread can be solved by your add-on, please feel free to share!
Thank you for your understanding.
Regardless of outdated question (more than six months), it is still actual and JRASERVER-67869 still not resolved.
However, if you find my commend inappropriate please remove it because I haven't found the "Delete" button.
Btw, thanks for the Vendor Guidelines link!
Don't worry, you don't need to delete your reply.
I do not consider this thread to be outdated, as you mentioned, but it has not had activity on it for over 6 months. When sharing your add-on as a solution, just be sure not to do so on threads which haven't had activity for 6 months or longer.
The feature request JRASERVER-67869 is still active, so please feel free to share your solution there; it has potential to reach more people.
Let me know if you have any questions about that.
It is not possible to generate API tokens in Jira Server.
Let me know if you have any questions.
Which product are you referring to that had basic auth deprecated? The original post was regarding plain passwords being sent over basic authentication, but not basic being deprecated entirely.
At this time it's only possible to generate an API token on our Cloud apps. We do not have plans in our upcoming roadmap to implement the token system in Server. You're welcome to vote on the request above to help show the team that there is an interest in this feature.
I'm not able to speculate on what would happen if this were to occur. However, I do not foresee this happening since basic authentication is still possible in Cloud apps.
If you wish to authenticate Jira Server API, our recommended usage of Basic Authentication is outlined from our developer site.
Wow this seems like a significant oversight :(
This essentially forces the user to
@Shannon Spaniol https://developer.atlassian.com/cloud/jira/platform/deprecation-notice-basic-auth-and-cookie-based-auth/ talks about deprecating basic auth in Cloud. I'm on Jira & Confluence server editions.
Thank you for pointing that out to me! I hadn't heard this and I'm not on the developer site nearly enough so I wasn't aware of the changes. I've submitted your concern now via the feature request I sent you earlier.
I created one as well for Confluence just now:
Please also vote on that and comment with your feedback. It will greatly help us.
@Rob Pointer, if you could do the same, by providing your feedback directly on the feature request. The development team will be able to see your feedback right from the feature request and address any concerns with the implementation of such a feature.
I voted for the two tickets, would it also be possible to create a ticket for bamboo?
I'm using server version of Bamboo, Jira, Bitbucket and Confluence, and having some consistency on the API would be of great help.
Currently only Bitbucket server has the token.
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