We set up a application link between our JIRA server and our Bitbucket server. Both run on different host in the same network. The link from JIRA to Bitbucket works perfect. In the other direction I'm shown an 503 error.
In the other direction I'm shown an 503 error (service unavailable). If I log onto the Bitbucket server, I can open our JIRA instance.
What can I do to resolve that? Why is it only working one way?
Are you using SSL on JIRA? If so, I'd bet something is wrong with your SSL cert configuration. Application links are pretty sensitive to SSL being set up exactly right. You may have skipped setting up the intermediate cert or need to import your JIRA self-signed cert in to the Java key store on Bitbucket. I hope that helps point you in the right direction.
The problem is with JIRA. Somehow the Application Link is not happy with the way it is connecting to the JIRA Application. Do you have a reverse proxy server ahead of JIRA? If so, have you modified JIRA's server.xml to add in the proxy configuration lines?
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