Is there a way to find out if an installed Plugin is in use


we have the JIRA FishEye Plugin installed, but so far no one could tell me if this plugin is really in use.

Is there a way to find out if it is in use and by which project(s) beside disabling and waiting for complaints.



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Ivan Tse Atlassian Team Mar 13, 2013

You should be able to tell if it's in use if you have application links to fisheye or links to repositories anywhere. If you take a look at the application links page in the administration area, you should be able to see if there are any repositories associated with projects.

I recommend that you not disable the Fisheye plugin though. If you've upgraded the plugin then it'll show as a user installed plugin, but the Fisheye plugin does com bundled with JIRA as a system plugin.

If all configurations are deleted (or not there in the first place) then there really isn't any way for an end user to use the plugin. It needs to be setup by an administrator for use.

Thanks for clarification.

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