How to setup Fisheye and JIRA with https access only

Hi, we are trying to implement a JIRA+Fisheye system. I had both working together fine on our local network, but for publishing to the internet at large for working with developers outside our LAN it seemed best to allow https only.

So... I was able to setup both to use a self-generated certificate with my server's computer name on the certificate, using the information at and and that all worked, the two were integrated great.

But when I switched the certificates to the internet hostname I want to use and tried to access through the DNS domain address, Fisheye stopped accepting logins and started giving a java error message in red with version information CR2.7.11 FE2.7.11 (20120227023831 2012-02-27):

Your request was unable to be processed

java.lang.IllegalArgumentException - :///

I tried changing Fisheye's crowd server target from http\://computername\:8080 to "https\://domainname\:httpsportnumber no dice, that made it worse, any suggestions?

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@RichW - did the other page help? I think that's right, you'll need to import the cert. Have a look in your FishEye logs; you might see pkix error like the one described in the Confluence KB.

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