In Jira On Demand, is it possible to configure multiple svn repositories for one project?

For example, we may have one jira project, but in addition to having the source code for that project, we could have an integration piece such as data migration that would have a separate build and release but we would like to track its tickets through the main jira project.

Is is possible to set up multiple SVN repositories for one project, or would we need to create a separate Jira project for the scenario above?

Thanks!

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Actually, this does not work in Jira On Demand for us. I am asking particulary about the hosted on demand solution. The only option that I have is to associate another Fish Eye repo so that the commits are visible. We are not able to create multiple repos under one project.

Yes, this is possible.

You can create FishEye projects, this will create svn repos, then you associate JIRA main project to the other FishEye projects.

All the best :)

This is nice, but please how do you get to some Fisheye interface to create the repo's?

A link to that info would be helpful.

daden

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