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Infrastructure installation

I have installed jira server version 7.4.1, have confluence and zephyr as well ,

having trail version for 10 people... would purchase the license too soon.


I want to ask how does the infrastructure work? mean as a QA i have to install this to test and generate reports for developers to see so i have it on my machine. So developers and other involved people also need to install it on their systems to see progress and reports etc??? or they are only notified by emails no need to installation on their systems plz explain.



If developers and others need to install on their  systems then can i use the same jira confluence server trail license and they use the username and password to setup and login with which i have added them on my server system? plz explain the installtion infrastructure.


Would be thankful.


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Atlassian systems are mostly server systems.  JIRA and Confluence both fall into that class - you install them on a server, run them as a service and connect to them with clients (generally a browser, but there are other clients)

Imagine this forum software was Confluence - it's on a server, you connect to it with a client. (In fact, it's previous version was Confluence)

ok actually i have to implement all this practically.

So, is it possible that i can add users to jira server offline? i have a server version (10 people) on my machine,want other people also access it on their systems without internet and locally. how can i do this?

I don't understand your use of the word "offline" here, so I cannot answer that question.

I do understand that you have installed a JIRA system on your machine.

Your machine is now a "server" running a JIRA service.  Other people will need to connect to it over a network, with a client program (browser), to use that service.

Sir offline means without internet here what is "client program (browser)" ?

right from a browser but how? steps plz

Ok, so you don't have the internet for the server.  That's no problem, a lot of us use Atlassian software behind firewalls that stop internet access.

A client program is what you use to access a service.  A browser is a client.

As for "how", it's the same as what you're doing with this forum software.  Browse to it.

thanks for responding sir.

Can we notify users about test cases/tests or any type of notifications in jira without internet? I have seen at many places that mean i want all jira communication with LAN and offline.Plz guide.



You will need your JIRA to have access to a mail server, and that mail server will need access to the relevant networks to deliver the email.


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