Yes, it is supported with the configuration that you did on the screenshot. However the above screenshot also describe that the configuration is incorrect.
You would need to ensure that JIRA is indeed accessible with the mentioned URL: http://localhost:8080
Could you please provide us the full browser screenshot (URL Bar included) of your JIRA instance
In order to fix the issue, we would need to ensure that the configuration and the steps necessary which is mentioned here is already done correctly
We highly recommend you to create a support ticket on our support channel, we would be more than happy to help you integrate Confluence with JIRA user management
As Mentioned earlier, the above ERROR means that the URL is not recognize by Confluence as a JIRA URL. If the issue is for example, wrong configuration on credential and application name, the ERROR message would be different as it would say something like "Not Authenticated".
Could you please provide me your JIRA screenshot with the URL bar.
Again, I think it would be a great idea to create a support ticket so that I could review all your logs and information confidentially.
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