Get list of all repositories with activity in the last month

Is there a way I can "search" FishEye to get a list of all the repositories with activity in the past X days?

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Nothing out of the box I can think of comes to my mind, but I can think of two ways of getting this data:

  1. consume FishEye REST API - iterate over all repositories, retrieve recent changesets from each, collect the data sort chronologically.  See https://docs.atlassian.com/fisheye-crucible/latest/wadl/fisheye.html#rest-service-fe:revisionData-v1:changesetList:repository for instance
  2. there is "undocumented" feature/bug in FishEye that is allows searching by empty phrase.  So you can search for all the changesets from all repositories and sort results chronologically, e.g. https://fisheye2.atlassian.com/qsearch?q=&t=1&s=0&bucket=ANY_DATE&userFilter=  You will see individual changesets from repositories but once you group it and stop at desired date you would have a collection of recently updated repositories.

Hope that helps,

Using the REST API worked great.

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