I’m having a bit of an issue with my test install of sg-jira-bridge. I’m running both it and the daemon locally, against our company’s Shotgrid instance and a cloud-hosted Jira instance. The bridge connects to Jira (through a dedicated user’s API key), but throws an error in the bridge’s running console whenever something tries to connect to it, image pasted below. I’ve determined that this happens when it’s the daemon and also when I manually navigate to the bridge in a browser.
I’ve followed the Quickstart guide on setting up fields for both Shotgrid and Jira, set up environment variables, have created a JIRA web hook to point to https://localhost/sg2jira/default, pointed a project at the same address, and ran both. The daemon seems to run fine.
I do recognize that I am running everything locally against cloud services, and this might be the entire problem. Is it as simple as just needing external routing to the bridge? What other steps would I take to diagnose this? The “self” in the error refers to the RequestHandler, which I’ve never seen initiated without a path value. I’m running both of these in Python 2.7.16 on Windows 10. I’ve included the command line I’m running this with in the screenshot.