Removing path "/jira" from every incoming request

Hi,

I'd need assistance in configuring an URL rewrite. I dont have Apache integrated to Jira, I'm using the Linux JIRA Standalone installation.

We change our entry point for Jira from "jira.domain.com/jira" to "newjira.domain.com". So currently, both domains are pointing to our JIRA instance. We now have 100s of links like "jira.domain.com/jira/browse/key-232" that wont work anymore. I need JIRA to remove the path "/jira" from every incoming request, so that above URL will end up as "jira.domain.com/browse/key-232".

How can I achieve that without having Apache integrated?

There's an urlrewrite.xml in my WEB-INF folder. What do I have to put in there to make this happen and how can I make sure that my urlreqrite.xml is enabled?

Thanks for your help & Cheers,
Thomas

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