Installation procedure for Fisheye/Crucible

We have JIRA up and running but when looking to add Fisheye/Crucible addons the documentation is very confusing and not clear which should be installed and in what order. Also, there is no indication whether Crucible is just a more feature rich version of Fisheye or a separate addon. Each references the other and there is no clear indication which is necessary and what order they should be installed (FYI - Windows x64 install). Please help clarify.

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Crucible is a tool to create reviews for Source codes.

FishEye is a tool to provide access to a repository code, using a http client.

There is no specific order to install the applications.

We have some guides to install the applications:

Please let me know if this is what you are looking for.



Celso Yoshioka

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