here's the problem. If we use the given nginx config, the forwarding does not work properly. But if I do the config correctly it will work. Now I have the problem that the BitBucket can connect to the Bamboo without problems but the Bamboo can't connect to Bitbucket. https://prnt.sc/tevi46 https://prnt.sc/tevi8g what is wrong configured. With nginx configs they are the same
First, I would recommend going through the Application Links Troubleshooting Guide.
The most common problems we see are with SSL certificates. They do strict SSL validation and if anything isn't exactly right, you have issues. If you're using a commercial SSL certificate, make sure you have the intermediate or chain cert in your nginx configuration. If you don't, you will have problems. If you are using a non-commercial or self-signed SSL cert, you will need to import the Bamboo public cert in to Bitbucket's Java keystore and Bitbucket's public cert in to Bamboo's Java keystore. If you update Java, you will need to re-import. Using `curl` to connect to your SSL is a good way to see if there are SSL problems. If you get the message that you can use the "-k" switch to avoid errors, you found the problem.
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