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About JIRA+Crucible


I'm integrating JIRA+crucible, my question is if FishEye is mandatory in this case? If yes, it means I should buy FishEye license for using jira+crucible ?

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For what it is worth, having the source tab is very helpful. In our organization, we create code reviews from the Jira issue on the source tab. You have a link there to create the code review from all of the changesets associated with the Jira. It additional changes are made after the code review begins, the exact same process is followed to add the new changesets to the review.

We also have a conditional set on the transition from code review to resolved to fail if there are any changesets which have not been added to the review. This helps to ensure that we are actually reviewing all of the changes associated with the issue.

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Chii Atlassian Team Oct 18, 2011

The Jira Fisheye Plugin can integrate with Crucible Standalone - it means you will only get the 'review' tab, and not get a 'source' tab in the issue and project pages.

Make sure in the configuration of the fisheye plugin you select 'Crucible Standalone'

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