JIRA and Confluece on the same server behind IIS

Hello,

I have JIRA and Confluence installed on the same Virtual Machine. The are running seperate tomcat instances on ports 8080 and 8090.

I need to be able to reach them both through port 80 on IIS. I had Confluence installed earlier and managed to configure it with IIS for SSO Authentication purposes, so it is now available under http://hostname1. I followed the manuals available and it worked fine.

JIRA must also be available on port 80, it can be under http://hostname1/jira for example or http://jira.hostname1 I don't really care as long as it also through port 80.

I've been trying to configure it with no success.

Could anyone help and specify what exactly need I change/add in tomcat and IIS configuration ?

Thanks in advance.

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So I've managed to solve this by creating two seperate folders with two isapi_connectors, one for Confluence and one for JIRA. I configured workes differently in both folders, one pointing on Confluence and the other on JIRA.

On IIS I've created two websites, both with jakarta virtual directory as above one pointing on one isapi_connector and second on the other.

I've bound both websites with the same IP and port but different hostnames and after setting those hostnames on DNS server to point on the same IP address.. It works.

Anyway, if someone knows the easier solution I'd be happy to hear one ;)

which custom authenticator did you use for Jira :) ?

I've tried seraph's customauth-06.jar but it only works for Confluence I'm affraid. I stiil had no luck running SSO under JIRA.

Hi Blazej,

I have the same situation as yours was: I have Windows Server 2008 R2 virtual machine, with both JIRA and Confluence installed, and I would like to have:

http://jira.domain.ba

http://confluence.domain.ba.

I added DNS entries to point to my server but I don't know how to make host bindings to JIRA and Confluence sites. I found some solutions using Apache server, but I wouldn't like to install Apache if not necessary.

If it isn't too much to ask, could you give me more precise instructions?

Thanks...

Thanks, I've checked those already.

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To use Confluence and Jira together using one tomcat redirector, you need to update tomcat redirector configuration files:
1. add additional workers to uriworkermap.properties: i.e. /confluence/*=worker2
2. update workers.properties.minimal for worker2 from step 1:
worker.worker2.type=ajp13
worker.worker2.host=localhost
worker.worker2.port=8009

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