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We installed bitbucket data center with only one node so far on our server. This server has no access to the internet, so we need to configure a proxy for it so we can setup jira cloud integration.
The problem is that we are unable to do so, we tried to set the java opts listed at https://confluence.atlassian.com/bitbucketserverkb/how-to-configure-an-outbound-http-and-https-proxy-for-bitbucket-server-779171680.html on many different files, but all without success.
For reference, we are starting the application on a linux server by executing the file <bitbucket installation directory>/bin/start-bitbucket.sh
I managed to configure it in a way that does't seem ideal, but it works and I will leave a comment here to possibly help anyone that may face the same problem.
Basically, I set the params listed at the documentation on the file _start-webapp.sh in the variable JAVA_OPTS. The only problem I see is that if we upgrade our bitbucket version, it may have to be set again.