oauth error when using trusted app links

Oauth is not configured, we are using trusted app links between our Jira and Wiki instances. Seeing this in the logs quite a bit:

2013-07-31 13:43:49,571 WARN [http-wiki.xxxxx.com%2F10.208.0.110-80-60] [apache.commons.httpclient.HttpMethodDirector] processWWWAuthChallenge Unable to respond to any of these challenges: {oauth=OAuth realm="http%3A%2F%2Fjira.xxxxx.com"}
-- url: /rest/mywork/1/action | userName: williamw | referer: http://wiki.xxxxxxx.com/plugins/servlet/notifications-miniview#notification/appId=12ec5297-2427-3a4d-9da8-afead6fa19da&entity=issue&id=480712-comment

The above error is thrown when trying to comment on a jira ticket via a Wiki page notification. Any ideas?

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The message in the log resembles the one in this KB: https://confluence.atlassian.com/display/JIRAKB/Application+Link+authentication+fails+due+to+bad+URL+signature. It can happened when application's URL does not match what it is telling other applications, then this error will be shown when connecting an application link. I'd suggest to check out the suggested resolutions and hope that helps.

That is not the solution for me. I have Bamboo 5.4.2 and Stash 2.11.2. I have a Bamboo plugin to send notfication to Stash using applink. I got the same error. I configured trusted app for authentication. The http header had trusted app stuff, but the returned error was oauth. I have the server.xml set correctly for both Bamboo and Stash.

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