Working With FishEYE SVN

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I am new to FishEYE. just configured FishEye with JIRA. and i can see User in admin panel.

now i want to add up a Repository(SVN) for my work. i hav edownloaded SVN for win32 in my Windows Installation. and i m blank now what to do. kindly guide me the right direction

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It's difficult to know how much experience you have with Subversion and how much you're just wanting to get FishEye connected to your subversion instance.

For more information on Subversion, I recommend the documentation here:

http://svnbook.red-bean.com/

This will guide you in setting up a repository and some of the decisions about how you are going to access that repository (i.e. are you going to access it locally, with the svn or http protocols, etc).

Once you have a repository set up, you can then connect FishEye to that repository. The FishEye documentation contains a section on connecting to a Subversion repository:

https://confluence.atlassian.com/display/FISHEYE/Subversion

That should get you started.

Please be aware that FishEye is a repository browser. It indexes your repository and makes the history and content of your repository available through a web interface. It is not, itself, a source code management system.

Sir, i have downloaded the book, gone through its early text.

I want to use it at local LAN.

with Interface with FishEye,JIRA,CONFLUSION.

Right now, I have configured JIRA-CONFLUSION-FISHEYE, but the thing is to create Repository and that needs SVN, which is totally new and bit difficult to understand as i am a Developer.

Sir, Can you further guide me the easy path. slides, video training so i might get into it.

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I don't really have any "easy path" recommendations. I'm sure you'll be able to find plenty of SVN tutorial information on the web using your favourite search engine.

In the link I sent you previously, there is a quick start section which may be of interest:

http://svnbook.red-bean.com/en/1.6/svn.intro.html

Manning, Pragmatic Press and other publishers have books on Subversion. I've not read them but I believe they would be fine introductions. That said, the red-bean book does provide all the information you should need.

Thank you boss.

Thank you so much for such guidence.

regards,

A.Q.Ghouri

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