Fisheye licenses when using the Fisheye Jira integration

I am wondering how many licenses are needed for Fisheye if I only want to allow 10 users to login into Fisheye itself but everybody to view Fisheye source code commit on a perticular issue through Jira.

Would it be sufficient to buy 10 user licenses or would I need the same licenses as we have for our Jira installation?

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Hi Michael,

In this case you'll only need a 10 Users license for FishEye. As can be seen here, unlimited anonymous users are permitted on all licenses, so you can have 10 FishEye users and as many JIRA users as you need.

You'll only have to choose the correct authentication method for the Application Link between FishEye and JIRA, because the authentication methods depend on the user bases of each application.

Felipe Kraemer

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