How to connect nuodb on jira and confluence?

Hj all,

I'm use jira 6.1.6 standalone, confluence 5.4.2 and use db = mysql. Now i'm want to change sql from mysql to nuodb (http://www.nuodb.com/). I'm to connect jira to db = nuodb.

And help me greate. Thanks alot

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At NuoDB we're running an older version of JIRA hosted on NuoDB. We've detailed what we needed to make it work in our techblog: http://dev.nuodb.com/techblog/2013/03/07/running-jira-on-nuodb.
We completely understand that Atlassian doesn't support the configuration, that said there were no code-level changes to JIRA itself, just configuration (with some new classes) for configuring the ORMs in use by JIRA.
The nice thing we get with this is that our database backend for JIRA runs on 2 machines and JIRA continues transparently even if one database machine fails. We've been running JIRA this way for over a year. We upgrade our database software with each of our releases and manage those database upgrades without any JIRA downtime.
We have not done the work to port other Atlassian tools to NuoDB such as Confluence. If there's interest, we'd be happy work with Atlassian to include our patch either as unsupported or supported configuration.

This database is not in the list of supported databases https://confluence.atlassian.com/display/JIRA/Supported+Platforms

so I think it's not possible to connec JIRA to this DB unless you implement your own support for that in some way, but I have no idea how you can do it.

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First, you need to install and configure a JDBC driver for nuodb - start at http://doc.nuodb.com/display/doc/JDBC+Connections

Second, I'd forget it for now - Atlassian only support four databases, and I can't recommend using another one - if you have problems with it, their first response will be "move to a supported database"

Thanks your answer,

Because i'm read site talk can connect nuodb to jira:) http://dev.nuodb.com/techblog/2013/03/07/running-jira-on-nuodb#comment-16421) so i'm want to convert databases jira to nuodb,

I think you need to

1. Follow any guides the people at nuodb might have, as they're going to be a lot more familiar with it than we are

2. Don't do it. You won't be supported. Nice idea to try it out in dev/test, but you are not supported, so you shouldn't use it in production.

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