How do I connect to my Mercurial repository?

We're trying to connect to our repository, but can't get sys-admin rights

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Hi Leon,

Unfortunelly the OnDemand version of FishEye only allows integration to our own SVN repository, external repositories are not available.

You can have a look on the list of Restricted Functions on OnDemand.

sysadmin rigths are only available to a restricted group of Atlassian employees.

Felipe Cuozzo
OnDemand Developer

You can however link JIRA to BitBucket or GitHub using the instructions here:, although FishEye OnDemand can't index remote repositories even if they are on BitBucket/GitHub, as I mentioned before.

If you have a local instalation of FishEye you can however provided full indexing capabilities for Mercurial or Git repositories.

I hope this clarifies a bit.


Felipe, has this change in the past few months? Is mercurial now supported with the OnDemmand version?

No recent changes I'm afraid, please refer here for a more detailed answer.

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