I am trying to setup the DVCS connector in Jira 6.0.8 for the first time, and I am getting an error when I try to connect to our github enterprise version 11.10.302
Error obtaining access token. Response is invalid. Possibly bug in releases of GitHub Enterprise prior to 11.10.290.
We seem to have a version greater than what it is complaining about.
Side question for you: Url is set to http://server.domain.com/apps/jira, which is what users use to connect to Jira. Is callback url supposed to be different or the same? I set it as the same address.
The source of a truststore file generally comes from your networking group who have set up their own internal certificate authority (CA) so that they control what certs you should trust in things like your browser to identify whether a site is real or not.
However, if you cannot get it from them for some reason, then you can use the fact your browser is pretty good at seeing this information and generate your own truststore file.
I used for example a browser like IE to visit github site. I then clicked on the little lock icon in the url line:
It will show you the CA that is saying trust it by the way.
Click on View Certificate
Click Details tab
Click Copy to File…
Click through wizard (you probably want to select Base-64 encoded X.509 (.CER))
Save to a file (e.g., mytruststore). It would create mytruststore.cer file. You need to find where it put it. It put it on my desktop.
It should be a matter of then just doing something like the following (depends on location of your Jira and what you want the file to be called):
keytool –import –keystore /local/mis/jira/home/truststore_file_here.jks –file mytruststore.cer
(keytool is a java utility)
Hi . Thank you very much for your reply. I finally imported my self-signed certificate to jre trust store using openssl and keytool. Just like following. My JIRA is running on linux system.
sudo openssl s_client -connect <ip>:443 < /dev/null | sed -ne '/-BEGIN CERTIFICATE-/,/-END CERTIFICATE-/p' > <ip>.crt
sudo keytool -import -alias <ip>:443 -keystore /opt/atlassian/jira/jre/lib/security/cacerts -file <ip>.crt
By the way. In the JIRA "Add New Account" page, the "host URL" must be https://<ip> not http://<ip>. In your case it may be https://github.domain.com I think. This took me so much time to figure out it. Using http will be fail.
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