I am having a problem integrating Eclipse (Kepler) to JIRA v6.2.7
I have installed all the relavent drivers and plugIn for jira in Eclipse IDE. I created JIRA repository in eclipse using relavent information.
When I click Validate Setting. I am getting following error message.
com.atlassian.jira.rest.client.RestClientException: com.sun.jersey.api.client.UniformInterfaceException: Client response status: 404
Please can someone help me and see where i am going wrong.
I am running into the same problem using STS 4.3.0 (Eclipse 4.3.1/Kepler) and Atlassian Connector 3.2.5. I know that I am specifying my proxy credentials correctly, as a missing password triggers a 407 and an incorrect password triggers "Unable to authenticate with repository. Login credentials invalid." Only when I submit the correct proxy username and password do I get the 404. All this applies when I specify an HTTP URL for JIRA. When I specify an HTTPS URL, I get the 404 even with an incorrect proxy password. With a missing password (or with Enable Proxy Authentication unchecked), I get *com.sun.jersey.api.client.ClientHandlerException: java.io.IOException: Stream closed*. Using the browser, I access the the HTTP URL with no problem. The HTTPS URL brings up ERR_CONNECTION_REFUSED (in Chrome). curl with the HTTPS URL brings up *(35) Unknown SSL protocol error* My hypothesis is that the connector, after authenticating through the proxy, is automatically redirecting to HTTPS, and that either the JIRA server does not have an HTTPS port defined or the certificates are not properly installed. Does this make sense?
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