FisheEye web repository url configuration in Bamboo

Hello. I have a Bamboo instance and a FishEye instance (they are not linked). In Bamboo, for my plan I have configured the "Web Repository" to the FishEye url, set the repository name, but still my mercurial revision links are dead with the tooltip "Unable to create URL - please check your web repository configuration".

My fisheye server is located at http://fisheye

When viewing a particular file at a revision, the url looks like http://fisheye/browse/MyProject/

I have tried various configurations for the repository path based on this article, but still no luck. Am I missing something? Is a reindexing required? Thanks.

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Interesting...the FishEye configuration is now working, but only on new builds. The old builds continue to have dead links. I guess they are not created dynamically and cannot be refreshed?

I'm closing this as answered, but I think if it's the case that Bamboo does not dynamically generate or regenerate links to the repository that the documentation or even the UI could reflect that. Thanks!


I'm not sure if it's the case, but is your server able to resolve the http://fisheye URL? You may need to add it on your /etc/hosts (or equivalent) file.

Best regards,
Lucas Timm

I am able to "ping -a fisheye" and it comes back.

If you navigate to a specific revision of that file in Fisheye what is the url? Does it look the same as the one Bamboo generated?

Bamboo fails to generate a URL, but in FishEye it looks as above. http://fisheye/browse/MyProject/

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