Jira

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Developers: Atlassian Software Systems
Source code Language: Java Operating System: Platform Independent
Tool Type: Project Management Software, Bug Tracking System

License

Commercial projects

JIRA is commercial software developed by Atlassian software systems. It can be licensed for commercial use.

Open source projects

It is provided free to open source projects which are non – profit, non – government, non – commercial, non-political and secular

Pricing Table

No. Of users| Cost Per Month $|
10| 10|
11 - 15| 50|
16 - 25| 100|
26 - 50| 200|
51 - 100| 300|
101 - 500| 500|
501 - 2000| 1000|

Reference

http://www.atlassian.com/software/jira/pricing

TABLE OF CONTENTS

1. Objective ..........................................................................................................................4

2. Installation.........................................................................................................................5

3. Database Configuration......................................................................................................8

4. External Database Configuration.........................................................................................10

4. References........................................................................................................................30

Objective

The objective of the document is to give an insight of JIRA Project management, Bug tracking and Issue tracking tool and Installation on the Windows and Linux environments.

Installing JIRA STEP by step process outline

1. Install Jira
2. Run the setup wizard
3. Create project
4. Add Users
5. Create an Issue
To install JIRA on Windows from a 'zip' archive file or Linux/Solaris from a 'tar.gz' archive file, follow these steps To install JIRA on Windows from a 'zip' archive file or Linux/Solaris from a 'tar.gz' archive file, follow these steps: * Before you begin

* 1. Download and Extract the JIRA Archive File
* 2. Set the JIRA Home Directory in JIRA
* 3. Create a Dedicated User Account on the Operating System to Run JIRA * 4. Start JIRA
* 5. Run the Setup Wizard
* Next Steps
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Before you begin
Please ensure that you have installed Java and set JAVA_HOME. Also refer to the Supported Platforms page for details about which Java (as well as other) platforms are supported by JIRA.  Linux distributions frequently have an open-source implementation of Java called GCJ installed. Do not use this Java platform — it is incomplete and JIRA will not run successfully on it. -------------------------------------------------

1. Download and Extract the JIRA Archive File
1. Download the appropriate JIRA archive file for your operating system ('zip' for Windows or 'tar.gz' for Linux/Solaris), from the JIRA Download page. 2.  After selecting the appropriate operating system tab on the 'JIRA download' page, you may need to click the 'Show all' link to access the required installation package. 3. Extract the downloaded file. For Windows, we recommend using a file extraction tool such as 7-Zip.  Avoid using Solaris' default tar utility! Please use GNU tar on this operating system to extract JIRA, as GNU tar handles long filenames better. -------------------------------------------------

2. Set the JIRA Home Directory in JIRA
* Edit the jira-application.properties file and set the value of the 'jira.home' property to the desired location for your JIRA Home Directorythis location should be something different than the application directory, or you may run into problems later). If you are specifying this location's path on Windows, use double back-slashes ("\") between subdirectories. For example, X:\\path\\to\\JIRA\‌\Home See the JIRA...
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