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Oauth 2.0 Jira login and Okta

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Oct 14, 2023

This question is similar to this other, but It might be different because the jira is not on prem.


My Jira is cloud hosted and the SSO is based on Okta/Gmail. My normal user flow would be Login To Okta -> Login to Gmail -> Go to Jira -> Choose sig in with Gmail.


I want to create a developer application for jira. I follow this instructions. I go to the developer console and create an app with the corresponding scopes. In my website, I create the authorize url, "". However, when I visit it I get "We're having trouble logging you in. There seems to be an issue with your identity provider. Wait a few moments, then try again." any clue?


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