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Crucible behind IIS 7?

Is anoyone running Crucible / FishEye behind IIS 7 successfully? I managed to get it to a state where it displays most of the pages inside Crucible and can show commits / files etc. but there are still all sorts of issue, like an error when loading the "Edit Details" popup for a code review etc.

I don't even want to think about the transition to HTTPS when we're having so much trouble with HTTP only.

Can anyone share tips on how to run Crucible behind IIS successfully?

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CelsoA Rising Star Jul 01, 2013

Hi there,

Unfortunately IIS 7 is unsupported, but you can use apache (for windows) to provide access to Crucible.

Apache configuration is documented here:


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