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How do I clean up my Fisheye/Crucible instance with the same server ID?

I have been using the same deployment with evaluation keys and now migrated to my production license key, which is only a Starter License. But due to misuse of the system, I am stuck without the ability to perform users mapping.

My problem start with this scenario:

I have problems with upper case usernames and lower case usernames in Fisheye/Crucible integrating with our LDAP. Our repository had all usernames in lower case. LDAP has some upper case usernames. Since Crucible is configured to automatically add users from our LDAP server, i find myself only be able to login with my upper case username in Fisheye/Crucible. Then i switched Crucible to force user lower case usernames only. And that did not solve my login problems so i started to delete users and re-syncing them again from LDAP. Because of this, i am left without any committers to map to users who are licensed to login.

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Hi KY Lee,

To start with, this sounds a little complex so feel free to raise an issue at so you can work through it with our support team.

I'm not clear what state your system is in now. Are users able to log in? Are you able to manually map committers to users through the admin interface ("User Settings" / "User mappings" in the admin left hand categories), or are users able to map committers for themselves (User menu / "Settings" / "Author Mapping")?

Thanks, Anna

Hi Anna,

Thanks for the suggestions. I figured out that it wasn't any issues at all after changing to automatic user mappings. I will have to remove all the older reviews as they are mapped to renamed usernames due to username deletion.

Thanks, Lee

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