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Dragon Slayer - Fisheye Setup - Add Repository - Page does not render

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I am on Stage 5 Step 4.7 of the Dragon Slayer instructions.

Atlassian Support previously told me to upgrade to latest versions (and to ignore versions in the Dragon Slayer wiki), so I am running:

Windows 10 x64 (Admin)
atlassian-jira-software-7.13.0-x64
atlassian-confluence-6.12.2-x64
atlassian-bitbucket-5.16.0-x64
atlassian-bamboo-6.7.1-windows-x64
atlassian-fisheye-4.6.1-x64
jdk-8u191-windows-x64
postgresql-9.6.11-1-windows-x64
tortoisehg-4.8.0-x64

Jira is running.
Confluence is running.
Fisheye is running.

I got through the Fisheye installation up to the point where I need to add a repository. That's when I get the error:

An error occurred trying to render this page: javax.servlet.jsp.JspException: javax.servlet.jsp.JspException: javax.el.ELException: Problems calling function 'cru:renderHeader'

Original error that caused this page: javax.servlet.ServletException


I Googled this error and it looks like this has to do with supported Java versions, but I believe Fisheye 4.6.x (installed) supports Java 1.8 (installed).

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Ben Stuart Atlassian Team Feb 13, 2019

Hey Shawn, 

It's a bit hard to determine what problem you're facing without more logs or a support zip for the full context. You're right that this is often caused by the Java version. 

I would try the following: 

Verify %FISHEYE_INST% and %JAVA_HOME% is set correctly. If that doesn't work

  1. Stop Fisheye/Crucible
  2. Delete FISHEYE_INST/var/osgi-cache
  3. Start Fisheye/Crucible

I hope this helps! 

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