If an applinked JIRA contains a context path in its base URL, the Sprint Health Gadget will display an error if embedded in a Confluence page. This bug is similar to
CONFSERVER-38277 except reversed: the problem appears for a JIRA gadget when embedded in Confluence.
- Install Confluence 5.10.8 + JIRA 7.1.1. JIRA must have a context path in server.xml, for example "/foo".
- Create an applink between the two
- Add the JIRA feed to Confluence Admin > External Gadgets > Gadget Feed
- Create a page in Confluence and add the Sprint Health Gadget from JIRA
- Proceed through with the OAuth authentication process (i.e. "Login & Approve")
The gadget does not display any errors in Confluence
The gadget will display an error in a red box reflecting the context path of JIRA. For example if the context path is "/foo", it will show this on the screen: