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If you have set up application links from JIRA to more than one of the same type of application servers, e.g. you have linked JIRA to two FishEye servers, then one of these servers will be marked as the 'Primary' link. This means that any outgoing requests will be directed to the primary link's server.

For example, if you have set up a JIRA server that is linked to two FishEye servers with two-way authentication for both links, you can nominate an application link to one of the FishEye servers as the primary link. Every time JIRA requests FishEye information (e.g. for a FishEye repository changeset), JIRA will request this information from the primary link's FishEye server. Note, both FishEye servers can still make requests of the JIRA server.

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(warning) The information on this page does not apply to JIRA OnDemand.

To make an application link the primary link:

  1. Log in as a system administrator and go to the administration page. Click 'Application Links' in the administration menu. The 'Configure Application Links' page will appear, showing the application links that have been set up.
  2. Click the 'Make Primary' link next to the application link that you want to make the primary link. A '(tick)' symbol will display in the 'Primary' column next to the application link.
    (info) The 'Primary' column and 'Make Primary' link will only display if you have set up application links to more than one of the same application type, e.g. you have linked your application to two JIRA servers.

Please read Making a Project Link the Primary Link for information on how primary project links also influence the information shared between servers.

Making a Project Link the Primary Link