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Using Cyberark with Fisheye

We use CyberArk to obtain our JIRA and confluence database passwords.

With JIRA, for example, we have this in our server.xml:

<jdbc-datasource>
<url>vendorDriver=oracle.jdbc.OracleDriver;jdbc:oracle:thin:@{dbserver}:{dbport}:{dbname}</url>
<driver-class>com.cyberark.aim.v550.tomcat.ASCPDriver</driver-class>
<username>dummy</username>
<password>dummy</password>

And can specify in the <connection-properties> the CA Safe, etc to obtain the password.

However, I can't get this same syntax to work with Fisheye.  Is anyone using CyberArk to manage their Fisheye database password?

Thanks

 

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Hi @Lance Milleson,

I don't think what you want to do is achievable, but have you tried to use this syntax directly in FishEye's config.xml file?

Kind regards,
Felipe Kraemer

Yes, I tried the same <url> <driver-class> syntax in the config.xml (where the userid and password are hard-coded), but it couldn't parse the xml.

Since I support Fisheye (and JIRA and Confluence and Subversion) all on the same server, I do need access to the server.  However, I should not know the database password.  My CyberArk API document doesn't seem to support Jetty, so I think I'll have to do some file permission stuff with the config.xml.

Thank you.

 

 

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