How does Crucible (with light fisheye) work?

Does it use an in-built web server?

Does is use Jetty?

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Yes, and yes. Instead of having fisheye index all your repos, it just pulls revisions from subversion or whatever VCS "on-demand".

Hi Jamie,

Thanks for the information.

>>it just pulls revisions from subversion or whatever VCS "on-demand".

My understanding regarding thi sentence is, if I want to do the review of perforce changelist 1234 then I will only index this changelist i.e. 1234. Please correct me if I am wrong.

OR

on-demand is something else here because when I checked with Atlassian suppor they told me that the information on-demand os not correct.

Could you please give more details on this?

Thanks,

PP

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