cannot connect from intellij

Hi List,

is it possible to connect to youtrack server (free) at localhost:8080

from intellij?

When i configure the server under task in settings dialogue and press

test it shows up "Successfully connected...". But as i press apply or

done, i'll get a "Can't connect to localhost:8080"-Message.

What am i doing wrong?

Regards

Tilman

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Hi Tilman,

first check if 'REST API' is enabled on your local Youtrack installation - http://localhost:8080/settings

Alos, please specify versions of Youtrack and Intellij IDEA.

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Am 06.07.11 18:41, schrieb Dmitry Krasilschikov:

Hi Tilman,

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first check if 'REST API' is enabled on your local Youtrack installation - http://localhost:8080/settings

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Alos, please specify versions of Youtrack and Intellij IDEA.

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Hi Dmitry,

thank you for your reply.

Yes, Rest API is enabled.

I use youtrack 3.0.1 and IntelliJ 10.5.1

Regards

Tilman

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HI Tilman,

do you have only one Youtrack server at Task section? Check if all them have correct settings, so each 'Test' is successfull.

Also, do you specific proxy settings?

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Am 07.07.11 12:49, schrieb Dmitry Krasilschikov:

HI Tilman,

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do you have only one Youtrack server at Task section? Check if all them have correct settings, so each 'Test' is successfull.

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Also, do you specific proxy settings?

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Hi Dmitry,

i configured only one youtrack server (localhost:8080). Youtrack is

running as a standalone application and no proxy settings are

configured. Test is always successful. What is interesting is that it

seems to be indifferent which port i set (eg. localhost:8080 and

localhost:7070 are both successfully tested.) If i ommit the port i get

an error. Is this correct?

Regards

Tilman

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Hi Tilman,

do you mean Tests for both ports 7070 and 8080 are successfull for the same youtrack run or for two different runs? If single run, what port did you specify? Tests pass for any port, ex. 7575?

When I start local Youtrack on port 8080 Test is successfull and no message appeared.

Do you have firewall running?

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Am 07.07.11 14:51, schrieb Dmitry Krasilschikov:

Hi Tilman,

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do you mean Tests for both ports 7070 and 8080 are successfull for the same youtrack run or for two different runs? If single run, what port did you specify? Tests pass for any port, ex. 7575?

>

When I start local Youtrack on port 8080 Test is successfull and no message appeared.

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Do you have firewall running?

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Hi Dmitry,

yes tests for both ports are successful for same youtrack run

(localhost:7575 too). Even if i specify an url of "localhost:" where the

port number is missing, i get a successful test. Only when i omit the

port complete that means no colon and no number, then the test fails.

No, i have no firewall running.

I am running idea and youtrack on MaxOS 10.5.

Regards

Tilman

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Am 07.07.11 13:24, schrieb Tilman Walter:

Am 07.07.11 14:51, schrieb Dmitry Krasilschikov:

>> Hi Tilman,

>>

>> do you mean Tests for both ports 7070 and 8080 are successfull for the

>> same youtrack run or for two different runs? If single run, what port

>> did you specify? Tests pass for any port, ex. 7575?

>>

>> When I start local Youtrack on port 8080 Test is successfull and no

>> message appeared.

>>

>> Do you have firewall running?

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>> Original message URL: http://devnet.jetbrains.net/message/5308590#5308590

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Hi Dmitry,

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yes tests for both ports are successful for same youtrack run

(localhost:7575 too). Even if i specify an url of "localhost:" where the

port number is missing, i get a successful test. Only when i omit the

port complete that means no colon and no number, then the test fails.

>

No, i have no firewall running.

>

I am running idea and youtrack on MaxOS 10.5.

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Regards

Tilman

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I can even set a server url of "a:" to get a succesfull test.

Regards

Tilman

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It seems this issue better relates to IDEA topic. Isn't it?

I'll connect to IDEA team to handle it.

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Am 07.07.11 15:55, schrieb Dmitry Krasilschikov:

It seems this issue better relates to IDEA topic. Isn't it?

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I'll connect to IDEA team to handle it.

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Original message URL: http://devnet.jetbrains.net/message/5308599#5308599

You're right. Sorry for posting in wrong group.

Thank you.

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