So many different ways ,depends on the sound you are looking for here couple of tips from me :
1. one LDC or SDC in front of the bridge or left from the bridge (players point of view )pointing to the right hand fingers of the player . I used : U87
,C414,Tlm103,Tlm 170,Tlm193,any ribbon,km184 ,re 20 or whatever you have ,almost anything will do the job. I prefer U87 tlm 103
km 184 c 414 so the brighter mics
2 two mics SDC or LDC or the combination
One pointing to the F hole and one to the right hand players fingers . Not too low .Keep them both higher than bridge unless you want to blow your woofers on the monitor tutt remember now u have two sources with a lot of bass and proxy eff .U might need some eq here .
3 .Realist pick up plus one SDC or LDC in front of the bridge . Use the eq for bass roll of
4 More FX electric sound you can get with two pick ups and ofcourse the great isolation from the drummer or sax. I used Realist and underwood ( the original one like ron carters one) not the willson or similar . BTW i hate the fishman pick up but i think it can work great with realist in combination it is too bright.
5 SDC in the bridge or string holder or on special stands you can mount on the instrument . The schoeps are making some nice mic holders for the bass but u can easely make one by your self ,use your imagination and dont kill the bridge and the body sound .
I use for this km 184 but you can really use what ever u have . I had great results with Behringer C2 ( 30 euro mic) in the bridge almost similar sounding in this position like the more expencive brothers - i am not joking .
If all of this is not working for you then just pick up an old Fender jazz
bass and play the hell out of it
Dont forget , proxy effect is our worse enemy so fight this by moving the mics away from the instrument .
Use the EQ if you need to . Boost around 800 hz to 1 khz and 2khz til 3 khz if you need to in the mix . Cymbals will kill your overtones , piano and the guitar will cover your range easily so sometimes panning and bass roll of on the other instruments will help bringing up the bass in the mix .
And most important
Play the hell out of that beast