We have changed our JIRA server to run behind a nginx that strips https, and send the request to JIRA via http. And we also changed the JIRA base URL to https://.
An error occurs when calling the issue collector:
How can we fix this issue?
Perhaps you just need to delete and recreate the issue-collector?
Hi @Steven Behnke
Thanks for your quick reply.
We call the script via jQuery.ajax and the url looks like this:
I can not see that should cause any problems - do you?
I have tried to recreate the issue collector and the script created by JIRA suggests using http://jira... not https:// .. hmm that seems strange, is there another base url we should set?
I see. I read your Question more closely.
Viktor and Sash are both correct, you need to inform Tomcat that it is being proxied to an SSL connection on port 443 (https). Please do follow their directions about modifying the
Secondly, you could also try entering the reference to JIRA in your script so it looks like so –
//jira.ourserver.com/. Notice the lack of 'http:' or 'https:'. Not sure if that will help your proxy issue though.
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