This is a bug in the Reverse Proxy Auth Plugin. No plugin should ever depend on
internal-only URLs of other plugins used e.g. for form validation or
autocompletion (or even the Java API creating them).
In this case, this change renamed doServerCheck to doCheckServer, removing the
You may be able to just ignore the error.
> On 10.10.2016, at 22:05, Dunnigan, Terrence J
> <terrence.j.dunni...@boeing.com> wrote:
> Hi all,
> I’m using Jenkins 1.625.3 and I’m trying to configure the Reverse Proxy Auth
> Plugin (1.5) with my LDAP information and encountering issues. When I use the
> same values to configure pure LDAP, it works fine.
> However when I configure the Reverse Proxy Auth Plugin I encounter errors as
> soon as I specify an LDAP hostname. It appears the Reverse Proxy Plugin is
> trying to verify the LDAP server name using this url:
> When I enter this URL manually I get a 404 error, which is the same error
> that the plugin gives me. (I get the same error if I use my proxy name or my
> actual hostname for $rootURL)
> Any thoughts?
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