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Hello, I am trying to establish two way application link in Jira and Bitbucket first the application were running on http so it was fine but now they are running on https and I am not able to establish the two way application link. I saw few solutions where they recommend to add self-signed certificate and I am not sure what that means.

I have two things with me the certificate which I created with the key and gave to the company in return I got a cert file. So do I need to add the crt file received from the company please help.

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So we need to add Jira cert in cacerts file? And do we need to do the same for bitbucket?

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Welcome to the Atlassian Community!

Atlassian applications don't have a UI for adding certs, because certificates need to be installed in the java underlying the application server, not the application.

So you will need to do it manually.  My scribbles say this works (and it does in real life), although you will need to modify paths and probably password:

keytool -import -file /home/nic/mycert.pem" -keystore /opt/atlassian/jira/jre/security/cacerts -storepass "changeit"

So we need to add Jira cert in cacerts file? And do we need to do the same for bitbucket?

Correct - each application needs a client cert to access the other one.

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