Integrate Jira server and IIS with Application Request Routing


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Microsoft has a routing component for IIS7/7.5 called ARR (Application Request Routing). We have a page about integrating JIRA applications with IIS, which has a similar set of recommended configurations for use with the native-Microsoft routing.

Steps to configure the integration

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  1. Install Application Request Routing and URL Rewriting on your IIS server;
  2. Enable Proxying on ARR:
    1. From the IIS7 Console, click on Server_Name and  open Application Request Routing:
    2. From the Actions panel on the right hand side, select  "Server Proxy Settings"
    3. Check "Enable Proxy" and set HTTP Version to "HTTP/1.1":

      Make sure to disable "Reverse Rewrite Host in Response Headers" - this can cause problems with URLs being re-written incorrectly:

      1. Click on your Server in the sidebar
      2. Click "Application Request Routing Cache"
      3. Click "Server Proxy Settings"
      4. Untick "Reverse rewrite host in response headers"
  3. Add a new site on IIS (i.e;
  4. Add a new URL Rewrite Rule for
    1. From the IIS7 Console, click on and open URL Rewrite:
    2. From the Actions panel on the right hand side, select "Add Rules" and choose "Blank Rule";
    3. Set Match URL to:
      1. Requested URL: Matches the Pattern
      2. Using: Regular Expressions
      3. Pattern: (.*)
      4. Ignore Case: Checked
    4. Set Action to:
      1. Action Type: Rewrite
      2. Rewrite URL: http://<JIRA_url:Port>/{R:1}
      3. Append query string: Checked
    5. Mark Stop processing of subsequent rules;
  5. Click in Request Filtering.

  6. Then click in Edit Feature Settings:

  7. Check Allow double escaping and hit OK:

  8. Now comment the following section on your <jira-install>/conf/server.xml:

     <Connector port="8080" connectionTimeout="20000" redirectPort="8443" maxThreads="200" minSpareThreads="10" enableLookups="false" acceptCount="10" debug="0" URIEncoding="UTF-8" />
  9. Add the parameters proxyName and proxyPort to your <JIRA-install-directory>/conf/server.xml file in JIRA, as in this example;

     <Connector acceptCount="100" connectionTimeout="20000" disableUploadTimeout="true" enableLookups="false" maxHttpHeaderSize="8192" maxSpareThreads="75" maxThreads="150" minSpareThreads="25" port="8080" protocol="HTTP/1.1" redirectPort="8443" useBodyEncodingForURI="true"
    proxyName="" proxyPort="80"/>
  10. Jira アプリケーションを再起動します。

OPTIONAL: In some cases more than one site will be hosted in the same IIS installation. In case you want to have a subdomain structure (i.e.,, you may create different sites as follow:

  1. Create an A Record in the DNS for your subdomain and point to the same IP:
  2. Create new sites (step 3 of the instructions above) for each one of your subdomains:
    1. Sites > Add Website
    2. Site Name:
    3. Physical Path: select the subdomain directory
    4. Binding: same ip as
    5. Host name:

(info) NOTE: For more information about using Host Headers and SSL, you may take a look at this blog-post.


最終更新日 2019 年 9 月 25 日


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