I'm using Jira and try to add a link to a local folder in a text-/commentbox like this:
It did not work. Either IE9 or FF18 open an explorer.
However when I copy the link and insert it to a new Tab -> IE9 opens an new Explorer Window and FF18 shows the folder content in the Tab.
Is there an other option to open a local folder or what is my mistake.
Due to security concerns, all Browsers disallow linking from (remote) website to local content. Thats the reason why they show the content only if you manually enter the path. However you can override this behaviour for most browsers (but i would not recommend it).
You could instead just use the Attachment function or make the files available via another webserver ( http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/WebDAV )
also take a look at this Knowledgebase Article: https://confluence.atlassian.com/display/JIRAKB/Can't+Link+to+Local+Files+from+within+JIRA
I'm not sure we can help until we understand what you mean by "local folder"?
The url you have given, with file:// will cause a browser to open the file system on the machine it is running on. You have configured IE9 and FF18 to try to open files with Explorer rather than internally.
I suspect what you actually mean is not "local folder", but "folder on a web server" (One reason I assume that is that you simply cannot assume that your "local folder" will exist on a client machine). If that is what you mean to do, then you need to be running something that will expose that server directory.
That sounds a little contradictory to me - "on my local hard disk" and "folder on computer of everybody else".
To clarify the requirements, I'm afraid I need to ask more questions:
1. Which one is it? Do you need to open the directory on your hard disk, and everyone opens it on your machine? Or do you mean everyone tries to open the same local path, irrespective of whether it's there, or it's contents?
2. When you say "open", what do you need to open the directory with?
Everything below is tested on Ubuntu 17.10. I prefer to use Jira in a docker container because: 1. I can install Jira with a couple of commands. 2. I can start and stop Jira just by starting and s...
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