I'm using JIRA Server 7.4.3 on a localhost on port 9000 with the default embedded database configured. I can access JIRA dashboard and create tickets, etc. with http://localhost:9000.
However, when I try to access the JIRA REST API to examine a ticket I created with an ID of 10000 using the URL http://localhost:9000/jira/rest/api/2/10000, I get the 404 "Oops, you've found a dead link." error. It seems I cannot access the REST APIs no matter what I do.
I've tried searching for days whether there are any configurations I need to set but from everything I could find, the REST APIs are configured to work by default in JIRA 7.
Can someone let me know how I can enable the JIRA REST APIs in my configuration as described above? Thank you.
I can't believe I overlooked that! Thank you very much for pointing it out. When I entered the following URL into my browser:
I got what I expected as a response:
Thank you very much for pointing out my error!
Gaston, may I ask one more question regarding the Atlassian SDK for plugin development? I downloaded the latest version from the Atlassian download site yesterday. I installed it using all the defaults including port 2990 and it appeared to install without issue. Running atlas-version in a Windows Powershell window displays the appropriate information. How can I test it in a browser to ensure it installed properly? When I provide the URL, http://localhost:2990/jira, I get a "Can't reach this page" error from the browser. I'm hoping I've overlooked something that's as simple as the previous question I had.
One of the many joys of having ADHD is that I have grand visions that are quite creative yet fail miserably in practice because of lack of attention to details! :)
Thanks again for your help on the previous question! Looking forward to your response.
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