I'm using evaluation version of FishEye and trying to integrate it to Jira onDemand. While adding Application link for Fisheye in Jira, it's asking for Consumer Key, Consumer Name and Public key for Fisheye.
Could you please tell me from where I can get these information (Consumer Key, Consumer Name and Public key) ?
I made configuration changes to run Fisheye on port 80 rahter than port 8060 and restarted fisheye server application. Then deleted old application links and recreated to connect fisheye on port 80. It worked and application links added successfully on both sides - Jira and fisheye.
Thanks for responding to my question!
I believe these are your authentication keys, so you can establish your application links.
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