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What are the next steps to take after linking Crucible and Jira?

I’ve been having some trouble finding how to properly integrate Crucible into Jira after linking both sites. So far, I have followed the instructions from here (https://confluence.atlassian.com/crucible/linking-crucible-to-jira-394464356.html) to link both of them together and have followed the directions here (https://confluence.atlassian.com/crucible/setting-up-a-perforce-repository-in-crucible-alone-298977504.html#:~:text=To%20set%20up%20Perforce%20in%20Crucible%20alone%3A&text=Click%20Manage%20Add%2Dons%20(under,unique%20name%20for%20the%20repository) to take everything found from my perforce and create repositories on Crucible. My goal is to be able to write reviews and create issues stemming from code changes while on Jira but the few videos I have found show buttons that I do not have on Jira, are very old, or never explain how to get from where I currently am to there. I am using Crucible 4.8.4 and Jira v8.6.0. It would be greatly appreciated if someone could provide some instruction on the next steps to take or direct me to a solution.

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Additionally to the general application link between JIRA and FishEye/Crucible you need to specifically link your JIRA project to your Crucible project.

  • In your JIRA project, go to "Project Settings" -> "Summary".
  • Scroll down to "Settings" and click on "Application Links".
  • Click on "Create Project Link".
  • Select your FishEye instance from the menu and select your repository or project. Follow the dialog to create the link.

Afterwards the buttons you are missing should show up.

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