we re using JIRA 6.0.1 and I'd like to have in mails (e.g. on issue created)
a) one URL for internal use, e.g. http://jira1.mycompany.de:8080/browse/XXX-1374 and
b) one URL for external use by our clients, e.g. https://jira1.mycompany.de/browse/XXX-1374
How can I manage this?
Thanks in advanve,
The easy part of this answer is the technical "how to change an email template" - https://confluence.atlassian.com/display/JIRA/Customizing+Email+Content
But, it won't work:
We have setup our Stash so it can be accessible via http://stash.com:7990 and https://stash.com. I bet it's possible with JIRA too (https://confluence.atlassian.com/display/JIRA/Integrating+JIRA+with+Apache+using+SSL)
Thanks Nic. For us the 2 URLs are really important, cause we have 2 different user groups to access the issue from inside the company or via plain web browser (and a .p12 certificate installed). So we used to have the 2 links in auto-mails, but lost it with an major upgrade. Since a don't have direct access to our (inhouse support hosted) jira instance i hace one more question: I can figure out that I simply could use - a param like $issue or %issuekey% (which resolves to e.g. "XXX-1374") in the vm-templates to add it just behind a - "hardcoded" url, e.g. "https://jira1.mycompany.de/browse/"; Am I right with that?
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