Can't configure subversion (svn) repository on newly installed FishEye (application) - only allowed git not svn

I've just installed FishEye (application), configured git executable (as asked) but the system only allows me to set a git repository but I want to configure a svn repo.

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FishEye can connect to existing SVN repositories which are hosted on another server.
You'll need to select the 'Add Existing' button for this.
More info can be found in http://confluence.atlassian.com/display/FISHEYE/Adding+an+External+Repository

FishEye 2.7 introduced Managed Repsoitories.
This allows you to create and manage a Git repository in FishEye, you don't need an external server to host the repo.
Use the 'Create New' button to create a managed Git repository.
Details can be found in http://confluence.atlassian.com/display/FISHEYE/Creating+Git+Repositories.

Thanks, I missed that difference. Using "add existing" was exactly what I needed.

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