Fisheye Report



I am looking for sample Fisheye report created using plugin SDK. Please let me know.




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Could you elaborate please? I don't know what kind of report would you like to see. And what plugin SDK do you use?

Hello Marek

I am just looking for a sample report to query data from fisheye. 


Ex: Lines of code written by a particular user.

I know that there are existing reports for this, but I would like to know how to write my own reports so that I can build custom reports as required.

I have experience developing add-ons for Jira and Confluence. I would like to learn writing the same for Fisheye.


Here is the plugin sdk version.

ATLAS Version: 6.2.14
ATLAS Home: C:\atlassian-plugin-sdk-6.2.14
ATLAS Scripts: C:\atlassian-plugin-sdk-6.2.14\bin
ATLAS Maven Home: C:\atlassian-plugin-sdk-6.2.14\apache-maven-3.2.1
AMPS Version: 6.2.11





This is the closet I can find

I will try writing a sample report and take it from there..


Can you please let me know what to use as fecru.version when I run the plugin using atlas-run

I am using Atlassian FishEye analysis (Version:4.4.1 Build:20170515065843 2017-05-15) 

Here is what I tried:

  • Put fecru version as 4.4.1 but when I run atlas-run it failed to dowload the fisheye-api 
  • Kept fecru same as version plugin generated, sal-api failed


[INFO] >>> maven-amps-dispatcher-plugin:6.2.11:run (default-cli) @ fecruplug >>>
Downloading: file://C:\atlassian-plugin-sdk-6.2.14/repository/com/atlassian/fisheye/atlassian-fisheye-api/2.3.3-493/atlassian-fisheye-api-2.3.3-493.pom
Downloading: file://C:\atlassian-plugin-sdk-6.2.14/repository/com/atlassian/crucible/atlassian-crucible-scmutils/2.3.3-493/atlassian-crucible-scmutils-2.3.3-493.pom
[INFO] ------------------------------------------------------------------------
[INFO] ------------------------------------------------------------------------
[INFO] Total time: 04:15 min
[INFO] Finished at: 2017-11-29T04:52:55-08:00
[INFO] Final Memory: 18M/309M


and also what sal-api version should I use

Here is my pom.xml

 <project xmlns=""


<name>Example Company</name>

<description>This is the plugin for Atlassian FishEye/Crucible.</description>









<!-- See here for an explanation of default instructions: -->
<!-- -->

<!-- Add package to export here -->

<!-- Add package import here -->

<!-- Ensure plugin is spring powered -->




<!-- This key is used to keep the consistency between the key in atlassian-plugin.xml and the key to generate bundle. -->



Check the 

In case of Fisheye 4.4.1 the artifact version is 4.4.1-20170515065843

Hello Marek

Now I have created plugin, looked at the sample using atlas-run.

Now when I run "atlas-create-fecru-plugin-module" I get following options:

Choose Plugin Module:
1: Component Import
2: Component
3: Downloadable Plugin Resource
4: Gadget Plugin Module
5: Licensing API Support
6: Module Type
7: REST Plugin Module
8: Servlet
9: Template Context Item
10: Web Item
11: Web Resource
12: Web Resource Transformer
Choose a number (1/2/3/4/5/6/7/8/9/10/11/12):


I am not sure which option to take and figure out how to pass data to template.

All I would like to do is display in a report how many lines were committed by a particular user.

I appreciate your help, i have to ask again because I could not find a tutorial anywhere which will help me do it (unlike that jira where there are many samples)


If you can please point me to a sample it will help me a lot.



I don't know how do you want to integrate your plugin, but probably you want to use the '8: Servlet' and/or '10: Web item'.
We don't have code examples for your particular case, sorry. 

The only hints I can give you are as follows:

1. Create a web-item to add an additional tab on the repository page and link it to a servlet, e.g.:

<web-item key="loc-report-tab" section="">

2. Create a servlet responsible for generating the HTML page, e.g.:

<servlet key="loc-servlet" name="LOC Servlet" class="com.acme.LocServlet">
... add <resource> here ...

3. In the servlet try to use some of the following services to get data required by you:

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