How to link Jenkins with JIRA onDemand?

When I write

https://meditake.atlassian.net/

to the JIRA site,

This is a valid URL but it doesn't look like JIRA

I am not sure if it is just a misleading warning or if Jenkins can't cope with the onDemand links

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This seems to be a problem with Jenkins - see this article. The user managed to solve the problem by setting a proper title for the JIRA instance. In your case, you can edit it at https://meditake.atlassian.net/secure/admin/EditApplicationProperties!default.jspa

Thanks!

I had found the stackoverflow page before, but I did not find how to change.

Your link to the administration was helpful.

I have followed the settings but i am not able to turn the JIRA ID's as links in Jenkins. I have tried the URL as https://mytest.atlassian.net/, https://mytest.atlassian.net/secure and https://mytest.atlassian.net/secure/Dashboard.jspa but its not working. Should i configure anything else other than the URL?

Please suggest on this....

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