I has SQL 2008 R2 which is used for TFS 2010. Can I use the same SQL 2008 for Jira?

I'm evaluating JIRA for defect tracking and wondering if I can use the existing SQL 2008 R2 for Jira.  In other words, can SQL 2008 R2 support both application TFS and JIRA application?

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Yes, as long as the databases within the database server are separate.

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Hung

Yes MS-SQL 2008 is compatible with JIRA. In addition to that, please take a look on JIRA Supported Platforms page below. It describes all platforms that are compatible with JIRA. Hope it helps! smile

https://confluence.atlassian.com/display/JIRA/Supported+Platforms

Cheers

L.F

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