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.jks or .p12 format. (SSL certificate issues continued)

I have been battling configuring SSL on our Jira Service Management (JSM) for the better part of 2 weeks.  I have it up and running and I am able to connect via HTTP or HTTPS but I can't seem to figure out have to resolve the "Gadget feed issue" error.  As a last resort, I converted the SSL certificate from a .p12 format or .jks  which did not resolve the issue either.   However it did break the redirect function.  Now I only have the option to for an HTTPS connection.  Is there any harm in converting certificate key back to .p12 format while leaving the keystore formatted with jks.

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Did you try importing your key pair into the server's default keystore? Should be one located at $JIRA_HOME\jre\lib\security called cacerts. PS, our keystore is in .jks format.

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