crucible & fisheye installation confusion

Is the preferable way to install/use crucible with or without fisheye?

This is for a new installation of crucible, and we're not using fisheye now.

Thanks for any help.


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It's possible to use cru without fisheye but it's really intended to be used with, if you are planning reviews of source code.

However say you just wanted it for reviews of confluence pages or patches then fish is not required.

Seb Ruiz Atlassian Team Sep 01, 2011

FishEye and Crucible are the same install, features are available/switched on when adding your license

Hi Jamie,

Thanks for the answer. Does this mean I need to install fisheye separately or are the fisheye*.jar files that come with cru what are needed? If I need to install both, do they need to be installed in the same home?

The documentation on that isn't clear to me.

Crucible contains the full Fisheye. Got it.


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