I would like to create two jira application in same computer .So that first application is for development and 2nd one is for clients to access and test for configurations.after updating data from first application.
could we run both applications continuously..?
Yes, as long as you run them on different ports. Look for the "server.xml" file in both installations - they'll both say port 8080 by default, just change one of them to another port.
You may need to think about resources as well - Jira can be a bit memory hungry sometimes.
Why can't you simply do this with a test project in your development environment?
If you use 2 enviromnents you also need 2 licenses, which seems an unnecessary cost to me.
You ofcourse also set up a production JIRA for use by your developers and clients for ordinary work. And a testing JIRA for tests by some clients and yourself. You can then use your normal license for the production JIRA and a developers license for the testing JIRA.
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