How do I configure a JNDI Datasource for Fisheye using postgres?

What config files do I need to change to configure a JNDI datasource for Fisheye using Postgres?

Or a better question is how do I update the driver for postgres in fisheye?

I guess I am confused because the documentation says to just drop the new driver into the lib folder but I also see a dbdrivers\postgresql folder with older drivers that came with the install of FishEye.

 

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Hi @Chad DeShaw,

Thanks for posting your question!

I had an internal discussion with a developer and it seems that the developers had never used JNDI internally before and he does not know of what was done on the latest version of Crucible to explicitly break this. However, the reason is because it was never tested before to work on JNDI and as the result of that, it's technically unsupported. He also added an alternative method which is to get your database connection via a Java method similar to the one in this documentation to get a connection to the Crucible database.

Hope this information helps!

Kind regards,
Felipe Kraemer

From your answer, there seems to be some confusion about what I was asking, I am just looking for how to configure a JDNI datasource connection to Postgresql for crucible similar to this https://confluence.atlassian.com/doc/configuring-a-postgresql-datasource-in-apache-tomcat-218272013.html

I couldn't remember what files I needed to replace and modify.

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