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FishEye indexes commits multiple times

It seems FishEye sometimes indexes commits multiple times. Could this be a bug related to #resolving multiple issues in a single commit?

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I found out what's going wrong. I have several SVN repositories with relative paths for products and an all encompassing SVN repository. Smart commits cannot be enabled/disabled per repository and thus all smart commits are picked up twice. Once in the all encompassing SVN repository and once in the relative repository.

I voted on https://jira.atlassian.com/browse/FE-4301 : Ability to opt a single repository or #pattern out of smart commits

In that case, Iam not aware on how this can be resolved. Lets wait for others to join in to the discussion.

Raul

We are using FishEye and Crucible 3.1.5 with a SVN repository (used for multiple projects).

Hi Wouter

Which version of fisheye are you on?

This seems to be a bug on the old fisheye versions (earlier than 2.7.4) and was fixed in 2.7.4.

If you are on an earlier version, upgrade to 2.7.4 should fix your issue.

Have a look at the link below, this was discussed in answers before

https://answers.atlassian.com/questions/16734/fisheye-seems-to-be-indexing-commits-multiple-times

Rahul

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