I am trying to link my Confluence (paid) and Jira Service Desk (trial) instances together. Both have been configured to run on port 443 with a certificate signed by my company's Root CA.
When I make an application link in either application, pointing to the other, I get back a 'certificate cannot be trusted' error message.
Can someone walk through my 'big picture' steps below, and let me know what I'm missing? I'm sure I'm close, but am probably missing a step to make it all work.
Steps I've taken:
(Install and Configure Confluence)
(Install and Configure Jira Service Desk)
The steps you describe are sound for running Confluence and JIRA over SSL but if they are going to "talk" to each other via application links, another keystore, called a "truststore" (usually a file named "cacerts") on each application has to contain the certificate for the other application. Please see: Connecting to LDAP or JIRA applications or Other Services via SSL
I look forward to hearing whether the application links work after importing the certificates into the truststores.
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