First the facts...
Now the question:
Can I use an Active Directory group (I'd even be ok with a local jira group) to restrict logins to Crucible and Fisheye? (The crucible/fisheye users will be a subset of the JIRA users...obviously, since the JIRA users include everyone.)
It would be great if I could have a fisheye-users and a crucible-users group, and not have to delete or inactivate the users in crucible and fisheye.
I sure hope this makes sense. :-)
Depending on the version there should be a tab in the setup that shows "Groups" or a "next" button that takes you to a screen with available groups.
You must edit the configuration and have a valid connection to see available groups.
Doh! I didn't notice the <Next> button at the bottom.
That worked, I am no longer getting the license violation screen, and I can get into crucible, but I don't seem to have the fisheye views into my SVN respositories any more. It's still updating from them as I see them in my repositories admin screen, but I can't browse to them anymore as a user.
Getting closer and closer! :-)
From your question here, I understand that you are interested to have JIRA to act as user management for FishEye/Crucible. Can you please confirm this?
If this is true, then I believe that this should be possible. Basically what we can do here is to:
- Add the active directory to JIRA
This is as per outlined in the documentation on Configuring User Directories
- Then you may add JIRA as user management in FishEye/Crucible
Details on this is outlined in the documentation on Connecting JIRA for User Management
I hope that this will help!
Close, but not quite. I already have JIRA acting as user management for Fisheye/Crucible. What I need to do is have only a GROUP of those JIRA users able to use Crucible and Fisheye. We have an unlimited JIRA license and only a 25 user Fisheye/Crucible license.
Does that help?
You can only have one external user management directory connected to FishEye/Crucible at a time and the application also has a built-in user directory. When you initially create the connection to JIRA as a user server you will have to select at least one JIRA group to synchronize with. Your plan is exactly like that of most of our users -- establish a group in JIRA specifically for FishEye/Crucible users and sync with only that group.
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