FishEye with VisualSVN server

Hello all

I have visualSVN installed on a windows server. I just signed up for a free trial of JIRA, now I want to add FishEye to the mix. I don't want to host my source code on your site, I would like to leave it on our server. How does FishEye integrate with a remote server? Do I have to expose this server on the web or is there a plugin that run on the server that pushes out changes to fisheye? Help please.

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Hi Sergio, unfortunately local (or external) SVN repositories cannot be configured with OnDemand, sorry about that. The only way is to import your local SVN data to OnDemand, which you previously mentioned you do not want to do. Sadly it's not possible to push changes via a plugin to FishEye, as this is not included in the subversion protocol.

For now I would recommend to vote and watch the following ticket, which request the possibility of connecting to external repositories: JST-710

Anyone? I can't immagine this is an uncommon scenario.

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