How to automatically deploy plugins to remote server with no context path

Hello,

I'm using atlas-install-plugin to remotely install plugins from jenkins to my integration server. Everything work fine except that if my Jira or Confluence instance run directly on the server IP (root context path) i'm not able to deploy the plugin as the context path value is mandatory.

If --context-path is not defined , default values will be used (jira or confluence). In the documentation (https://developer.atlassian.com/docs/developer-tools/working-with-the-sdk/command-reference/atlas-install-plugin) , It say you may use ROOT to use the root application context , but it don't appear to work.

i'm using AMPS 6.2.11 .If anyone have a solution it would be greatly appreciated  :) .

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