FishEye and Crucible are shipped in the same binary (there's only a small difference on setup screens). You enable them by pasting proper license key(s). In my opinion the best is to have just one installation of Crucible. Having FishEye and Crucible installed separately (with separate databases) is usually superfluous, unless you have some very specific needs (like: different repositories to be scanned in both products etc).
Would we need to have different licenses for both fisheye and crucible ?? moreover, in such case there would be one application that has both crucible and fisheye plus one database which will store information from both. So in short Application server would be Cruccible and fisheye together. not different application on different or same servers.??
If you want to use both FishEye and Crucible then the answer is: yes, you have to purchase two licences. Please note that there is a possibility to run Crucible without FishEye, but it will lack some features - you can find more details here: https://confluence.atlassian.com/crucible/what-happens-if-i-decide-to-stop-using-fisheye-with-crucible-298977364.html You have to paste these two license keys either on the setup screen during installation or later in the administration panel. Yes, in such case you will have one application that has both Crucible and FishEye and will use one database.
We are trying to install crucible with fisheye for production environment. When we install them are they separately install with different application server and database or they install as one application that leads to one database. The installation for the fisheye and Crucible for trial version comes as a bundle is there a difference when it comes to production installation. please could you elaborate how both work together. Thanks!!!
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