Stash 2.2.0 Integration feasibility with JIRA v4.2 #587 and lower versions

Hello ,

We are currently using JIRA version 4.2 #587 and stash 2.2.0 . Does Stash 2.2.0 integrates with the above mentioned version of JIRA ? if not , what is the minimum version of JIRA required to achieve this integration ? Is there a plugin available to meet this integration requirement .

Thanks ,


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Hi Mohan,

Unfortunately the required support in the Fisheye plugin in 4.2 will not support Stash.

Can you upgrade to at least 4.3 as listed in the above page? Ideally you would upgrade to the latest. ;-)



Hi Charles,

Thanks for the quick reply . Where does Fisheye plugin come into the picture here?



Will Fisheye ( Latest version ) integrate with our JIRA version 4.2 ?

Hi Mohan,

Sorry, I know it's a little confusing. The 'source' tab of an issue which connects to Stash is actually built with/in the FishEye plugin.



Understood !

But if i use Fisheye to index and browse my GIT repos ( instead of Stash ) , will i face the

same comaptibility issue of using Fisheye with JIRA 4.2 , like Stash?

Hi Mohan,

I couldn't tell you specifics, but something about the plugin won't work in JIRA 4.2 which is why the compatibility matrix doesn't list that version. You would have to upgrade to be able to support Stash.



Hi Mohan,

You'll probably run into the compatiblity issues listed in that link, but you could run an _older_ version of the plugin which would have compatiblity with specific versions of FishEye. I can't seem to find a compatiblity page for FishEye/JIRA though.

I forgot to mention that for Stash integration, if you want the full JIRA integration with the new changes in Stash 2.1+ you need at least JIRA 5.x which included REST apis that Stash requires to list issue details. I'll make sure we upgrade our documentation with more details.



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