If you have only FishEye installed without Crucible, you can run into issue FE-3570.
To delete the project you'll have to enable Crucible temporarily.
You can obtain a Crucible evaluation license from https://my.atlassian.com to activate Crucible, delete the project, and remove the Crucible license again.
|A project is a set of Crucible content combined with a set of customisable FishEye content.|
Default Reviewer Users</th><th>Default Reviewer Groups</th><th>Default Review Time</th><th>Crucible Settings</th><th>FishEye Content</th><th>Operations</th>
|CR||Default Project||5 weekdays||Edit||Edit||Application Links|
To be certain I understand the concept correctly - did I get this right? This CR project is the never-to-be-deleted default project, it is not automatically re-generated after deleting the last (other) project, so whatever project is left last will never be deleted. Right?
So one would not touch the CR project at all, as if it didn't exist, and could work with the other projects normally?
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