Jira integration with stash after migrating to new server

On one server we had all applications linked to one another Jira, Stash, Bamboo.

We migrated all applications to new server. Now we want to integrate these applications again.

When I am trying to add application link in Jira or Stash or Bamboo it redirects to old server links though they are displyaing new server links. We tried deleting and creating new links. But the issue remains same.

Earlier we were using crowd now we have removed crowd.

Can someone suggest how we can remove old links and add new links.

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Hi Shital, in order to create the application link, one application needs to access the manifest of the other. The manifest brings the information that will be used to create the application links. It's possible that the manifest is still bringing the old URLs.

You can check this with the link: http://<applicationURL>/rest/applinks/2.0/manifest. If you see the old URLs there, the most common scenario is that the application Base URL is still pointing to the old URL, if so you may just change it to the correct URL.

I hope it helps.


Hi Tiago,

I am also facing the same issue and manifest file is pointing to old URL. how we can update this entry? please suggest.


Hi Tiago,

I am facing this issue for Confluence and Stash. Is there any way to change this entry and update the same with current URL?

When you access the manifest of an application, through this URL for example: https://confluence.atlassian.com/rest/applinks/2.0/manifest

You'll see the URL that will be used to create the application link represented like this: <url>https://confluence.atlassian.com</url>

This URL is retrieved from the application base URL. For Confluence it can be changed as described in this doc.

If you searcg "Base URL" in the docs of the other applications all of them will have similar configuration.

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