Properties file missing

This page mentions a {{}} file, but I have no such file in my install.

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You can just create the file inside the JIRA_HOME directory.

Hi Jason,

The file do not exists in a new JIRA installation. Hence in order to apply the property suggested in the websudo documentation, you will have to create the file in the $JIRA_HOME directory.

More details on this, you may kindly refer to the following documentation:
(info) In new JIRA installations, this file may not initially exist and if so, needs to be created manually.

Therefore, you may create the file and add the websudo property, and restart JIRA for the changes made to take effect.

I hope that the info above helps!


What is the format of the file?

The name of the file is "jira-config" while the format is "properties". You could just create a .txt format, edit it, and rename .txt to .properties.

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