SVN generic user name

We are building ANT scripts for some of our work and it needs to connect to SVN. To make this work correctly we need a generic user name created that can access our SVN. How do I create this generic name without using up one of our Jira user licenses?

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You can create a user in Jira and only give this user access to the fisheye/crucible section of onDemand using the application access screen. (In order to access SVN a user must have application access to Fisheye/Crucible)
The this user is not counted against the Jira users license but only against the Fisheye/Crucible license.

A user that is not counted towards any license is not possible in the environment.

Thanks, that was what I was looking for.

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