Configure a Stash repostitory in Fisheye

I am attempting to configure a Stash repostitory in Fisheye. I am using Crowd for authentication. I have created the application links, and when I click on the "Stash Repositories" tab I get the following error:

Problem communicating with Stash Stream not marked

I am running Fisheye 3.4.4, Stash 3.1.0 and Crowd 2.7.2.

Any suggestions on what I can do to get this working?

Thank you.

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I opened an issue with support. The problem was the base URL stash. The OAuth call from Fisheye contained our domain name, but the base URL in Stash did not. I added the domain the the base URL and things are now working.

Hi Karl,

I saw a similar case in which the customer had Stash configured behind a proxy, could you please confirm if this is your case?

If yes, could you please check in your Stash's server.xml, under your Connector, that you have configured the scheme, proxyName and proxyPort? It would be similar as:

<Connector port="7990" protocol="HTTP/1.1"
                   scheme="https" proxyName="<url>" proxyPort="443"/>

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