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Self-signed HTTPS integration

Self-signed certificates are common in HTTPS Git repositories that are hosted privately. Even for an administrator, it’s not easy to set the HTTP sslVerify to connect to this repository.

The Jira administrator now has the option to disable sslVerify for specific repositories while inside Jira.

This feature is available in Connect to Git Repository wizard and Add new integration wizard for GitHub and GitLab.

The self-signed HTTPS integration can be configured automatically or manually. See next topic for automatic setup.


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Next: Automatically connect to HTTPS git repositories with self-signed SSL certificates or other SSL issues


More related topics on setting up repositories

Git integration configuration page

Using the Add new integration wizard

Using the Connect Repository wizard

Connecting a repository via Advanced setup

Adding a repository hosted on Windows Server or Windows Network Share

Setup repository root not located in Jira HOME directory

Tracked folders overview

Self-signed HTTPS integration (this page)

Managing repository or integration configuration

Associating project permissions

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