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1. Make sure you are logging in with the admin user which you had created when you installed the jira on demand.

I would strongly recommend that you go through the jira documentation as that would help you getting familiarized with the tool.

https://confluence.atlassian.com/display/JIRA052/JIRA+User%27s+Guide

rahul

thanks so much rahul!!!!!!!

i completely forgot about logging in via my admin instance URL (such an obvious step in hindsight)

xxxxx.atlassian.net - xxxxx being the URL instance that was created

Now i can finally create projects and start using it :) Thanks for your reply, it motivated to give it another go to get greenhopper to work otherwise i would have given up and left it

You are most welcome....please also go thru the jira users guide. It will help you get familiarised with the tool

Rahul

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