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I had been running a local JIRA trial server. We upgraded and have a hosted server. My local JIRA points to localhost for half of the links

I had been running a local trial server to build out and demo some JIRA features.  Our company purchased JIRA and we are running it on our network, have it correctly configured so we can access it via web, etc.

However, when I'm on, say, my dashboard, links in the blue bar at the top point to jira.address.com, but other links, including images and my dashboard tasks point to localhost:8080.

I've uninstalled JIRA locally but the problem persists.  How do I fix this? 

2 answers

Hey Michale,

did you set the new base URL in the JIRA adminsitration section? Did you updated your application links, if you have any? Did you reindexed your JIRA after switching?

 

Hope this helps you to get further,

Cheers,

Julian

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