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Crowd sso not working with bitbucket server

We authenticate against a crowd server (on-premise); everything is working fine for Jira, Confluence and Bamboo.
But Bitbucket wont work. (All applications behind Apache proxy).

We followed the documentation and double checked everything.

What makes me wonder is that all the working applications are using the file but bitbucket not. Is it really sufficient to just enable the auth-crowd plugin?
Where should the application name, password and crowd URL be configured?

Thanks for any hint,

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Charlie Misonne Community Leader Feb 11, 2021

A file should not be necessary indeed.

Having plugin.auth-crowd.sso.enabled=true in your file should be sufficient.

Something else must be wrong:

  1. Does the sync with Crowd work?
  2. Have you configured the reverse proxy settings in the file?
  3. Are all the tools on the same domain? And did you configure the SSO domain in Crowd?

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