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  2. JENKINS-10223

This is a valid URL but it doesn't look like JIRA

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      I am trying to configure the JIRA plugin with Jenkins but I am receiving the error "This is a valid URL but it doesn't look like JIRA". I am trying to connect to my company installation of JIRA studio which is http://fantasticthinking.jira.com and I know this URL is correct as I have several projects using it successfully.

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          mandeepr Mandeep Rai added a comment -

          I also have the same issue! This may be a problem with hosted jira installs as opposed to self-hosted installs (hence the *.jira.com address)

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          mandeepr Mandeep Rai added a comment - I also have the same issue! This may be a problem with hosted jira installs as opposed to self-hosted installs (hence the *.jira.com address)
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          mandeepr Mandeep Rai added a comment - I found the following link, which helped me to solve this problem: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/6585632/configuring-the-atlassian-jira-plugin-to-work-with-jenkins-ci-system
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          amonsen Adam Monsen added a comment - - edited

          I'm seeing this with "Atlassian JIRA v6.0-OD-11" (Atlassian OnDemand JIRA), Jenkins 1.513, and Jenkins JIRA plugin version 1.35. I tried the workaround in the stackoverflow post mentioned above but it didn't work for me.

          One more data point: even though the error message appears on the /configure page, Jenkins is actually able to hit JIRA's API and update issues, adding comments and commits.

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          amonsen Adam Monsen added a comment - - edited I'm seeing this with "Atlassian JIRA v6.0-OD-11" (Atlassian OnDemand JIRA), Jenkins 1.513, and Jenkins JIRA plugin version 1.35. I tried the workaround in the stackoverflow post mentioned above but it didn't work for me. One more data point: even though the error message appears on the /configure page, Jenkins is actually able to hit JIRA's API and update issues, adding comments and commits.
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          amonsen Adam Monsen added a comment -

          olamy, Would you mind taking a peek at this?

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          amonsen Adam Monsen added a comment - olamy, Would you mind taking a peek at this?
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          warden Radek Antoniuk added a comment -

          Previously indeed the plugin was searching for text "Atlassian JIRA". The version 2.0 of the plugin switched to REST API and so this should happen no more...

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          warden Radek Antoniuk added a comment - Previously indeed the plugin was searching for text "Atlassian JIRA". The version 2.0 of the plugin switched to REST API and so this should happen no more...

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            giles Giles Dermody
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