Hi, I recently installed Jira, Bitbucket and Confluence all on the same server. All fine so far; all the application can link with one other. I then configured Nginx ( on a separate server ) and proxy the applications with a subdomain ( like jira.mydomain.com , bit.mydomain.com and confluence.mydomain.com ).
All fine and all the application links were working ok.
I then implemented https with a CA certificate, modified nginx accordingly and altered the server.xml files accordingly.
Now I can reach each application via https but the application links are broken ( I get an eeror message saying "The remote certificate can't be trusted".
Any suggestion ?
Do you know what JVM version your applications are running under (6, 7, 8) and what CA your certificates are signed with?
The Java trust store doesn't contain root certificates for some CAs until Java 8 (GoDaddy for instance). This could be what's causing your issue! I couldn't find a comprehensive list of untrusted CAs, but it may involve adding an intermediary to root certificate to your chain in nginx. If you know your CA, I can probably help you through adding an intermediary if this is the problem and you'd like some assistance.
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