End of Support Announcements for Fisheye

This page contains announcements of the end of support for various platforms and browsers when used with Fisheye. These are summarized in the table below. Please see the sections following for the full announcements.

Fisheye and Crucible are in basic maintenance mode. Read our full announcement.


End of support matrix for upcoming versions of Fisheye

Platform

Announcement date

Fisheye end of support

Mercurial 3.7-4.412 Apr 2022Not supported in Fisheye 4.9 and later.
Git 2.6-2.2912 Apr 2022Not supported in Fisheye 4.9 and later.
SQL Server 201619 Jan 2022Not supported in Fisheye 4.9 and later.
Edge Legacy8 Apr 2021Not supported in Fisheye 4.9 and later.
PostgreSQL 9.68 Apr 2021Not supported in Fisheye 4.9 and later.
Oracle 12c R18 May 2020Not supported in Fisheye 4.9 and later.
MySQL 5.620 April 2020Not supported in Fisheye 4.9 and later.
Perforce 2017.x22 October 2019Deprecated in Fisheye 4.8. Not supported in Fisheye 4.9 and later.
PostgreSQL 9.4 - 9.522 October 2019Deprecated in Fisheye 4.8. Not supported in Fisheye 4.9 and later.
Subversion 1.711 October 2019Deprecated in Fisheye 4.8. Not supported in Fisheye 4.9 and later.
Subversion 1.5-1.611 October 2019Not supported in Fisheye 4.8 and later.
Git 1.9-2.54 October 2019Deprecated in Fisheye 4.8. Not supported in Fisheye 4.9 and later.
Mercurial 2.8-3.64 October 2019Deprecated in Fisheye 4.8. Not supported in Fisheye 4.9 and later.
Internet Explorer 1124 September 2019Deprecated in Fisheye 4.8. Not supported in Fisheye 4.9 and later.
SQL Server 2012 and 201424 June 2019Deprecated in Fisheye 4.8. Not supported in Fisheye 4.9 and later.

Why is Atlassian ending support for these platforms?

Atlassian is committed to delivering improvements and bug fixes as fast as possible. We are also committed to providing world class support for all the platforms our customers run our software on. However,  as new versions of databases, web browsers etc. are released, the cost of supporting multiple platforms grows exponentially, making it harder to provide the level of support our customers have come to expect from us. Therefore, we no longer support platform versions marked as end-of-life by the vendor, or very old versions that are no longer widely used.

If you have questions or concerns regarding these announcements, please email eol-announcement at atlassian dot com.

End of support announcements

Removed support for SQL Server 2016 (announced 19 Jan 2022)

Atlassian announces the removal of Fisheye support for SQL Server 2016. Starting from Fisheye 4.9 this version of the database will no longer be supported. Older versions of Fisheye will support this version till their end-of-life.

Removed support for Edge Legacy (announced 8 April 2021)

Atlassian announces the removal of Fisheye support for Edge Legacy. Starting from Fisheye 4.9 this version of the browser will no longer be supported. Older versions of Fisheye will support this version till their end-of-life. Please note that Edge Chromium is supported. If you have questions or concerns regarding this announcement, please email eol-announcement at atlassian dot com.

Removed support for PostgreSQL 9.6 (announced 8 April 2021)

Atlassian announces the removal of Fisheye support for PostgreSQL 9.6. Starting from Fisheye 4.9 this version of the database will no longer be supported. Older versions of Fisheye will support this version till their end-of-life. If you have questions or concerns regarding this announcement, please email eol-announcement at atlassian dot com.

Removed support for Oracle 12c R1 (announced 8 May 2020)

Atlassian announces the removal of Fisheye support for Oracle 12c R1. Starting from Fisheye 4.9 this version of the database will no longer be supported. Older versions of Fisheye will support this version till their end-of-life. If you have questions or concerns regarding this announcement, please email eol-announcement at atlassian dot com.

Removed support for MySQL 5.6 (announced 20 April 2020)

Atlassian announces the removal of Fisheye support for MySQL 5.6. Starting from Fisheye 4.9 this version of the database will no longer be supported. Older versions of Fisheye will support this version till their end-of-life. If you have questions or concerns regarding this announcement, please email eol-announcement at atlassian dot com.

Deprecated support for Perforce 2007.3 - 2017.2 (announced 22 October 2018)

Atlassian announces the deprecation of support for Perforce 2007.3-2017.2. Fisheye 4.8 is the last major release supporting these versions. Starting from Fisheye 4.9, they will no longer be supported. If you have questions or concerns regarding this announcement, please email eol-announcement at atlassian dot com.

Deprecated support for PostgreSQL 9.4 - 9.5 (announced 22 October 2018)

Atlassian announces the deprecation of Fisheye support for PostgreSQL 9.4 - 9.5. Fisheye 4.8 is the last major release which will support these versions of the database. Starting from Fisheye 4.9, they will no longer be supported. Older versions of Fisheye will support these versions till their end-of-life. If you have questions or concerns regarding this announcement, please email eol-announcement at atlassian dot com.

Deprecated support for Subversion 1.7 (announced 11 October 2019)

Atlassian announces the deprecation of Fisheye support for Subversion server 1.7 and Native JavaHL client 1.7. Fisheye 4.8 is the last major release which will support these versions. Starting from Fisheye 4.9, they will no longer be supported. Older versions of Fisheye will support these versions till their end-of-life.

If you have questions or concerns regarding this announcement, please email eol-announcement at atlassian dot com.

Removed support for Subversion 1.5-1.6 (announced 11 October 2019)

Atlassian announces the removal of Fisheye support for Subversion server 1.5-1.6. Starting from Fisheye 4.8 they will no longer be supported. Older versions of Fisheye will support these versions till their end-of-life.

If you have questions or concerns regarding this announcement, please email eol-announcement at atlassian dot com.

Deprecated support for Git 1.9.x-2.5.x (announced 4 October 2019)

Atlassian announces the deprecation of Fisheye support for Git 1.9.x-2.5.x. Fisheye 4.8 is the last major release which will support these versions. Starting from Fisheye 4.9, they will no longer be supported. Older versions of Fisheye will support these versions till their end-of-life.

If you have questions or concerns regarding this announcement, please email eol-announcement at atlassian dot com.

Deprecated support for Mercurial 2.8.x-3.6.x (announced 4 October 2019)

Atlassian announces the deprecation of Fisheye support for Mercurial 2.8.x-3.6.x. Fisheye 4.8 is the last major release which will support these versions. Starting from Fisheye 4.9, they will no longer be supported. Older versions of Fisheye will support these versions till their end-of-life.

If you have questions or concerns regarding this announcement, please email eol-announcement at atlassian dot com.

Deprecated browsers for Fisheye

In 2015 Microsoft released Edge as the browser to supersede Internet Explorer, and in recent times Microsoft has discouraged the use of Internet Explorer as a default browser. To allow us to continue to take advantage of modern web standards to deliver improved functionality and the best possible user experience across all of our products, we have decided to end support for Internet Explorer 11.

End of support means we will not fix bugs specific to Internet Explorer 11, and will begin to introduce features that aren't compatible with this browser.

When is this happening?

  • Fisheye 4.8 will be the last version to support Internet Explorer 11.
  • Subsequent versions will not support Internet Explorer 11. 

What this means for you

We recommend switching to one of our supported browsers, such as Google Chrome, or Mozilla Firefox.

If you have questions or concerns regarding this announcement, please email eol-announcement at atlassian dot com.

Deprecated support for SQL Server 2012 and 2014 (announced 24 June 2019)

Atlassian announces the deprecation of Fisheye support for SQL Server 2012 and SQL Server 2014. Fisheye 4.8 (expected in Autumn 2019) is the last major release which will support these database versions for two years as per our end of life policy. Starting from Fisheye 4.7.1 you can use SQL Server 2016 or 2017 instead.

If you have questions or concerns regarding this announcement, please email eol-announcement at atlassian dot com.




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