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How can I link Stash and Fisheye Permissions

Is there currently any implementation that will provide functionality for synchronizing permissions from Stash repositories and projects to Fisheye repositories and projects? I'm honestly a little surprised that this is not the default behavior for these products. It seems fisheye by default exposes all code regardless of the permissions set for the repository in stash. I would like to manage the permissions for the repositoies in a single location.

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TimP Rising Star Jul 14, 2014

Hi Jason,

There isn't currently an out-of-the-box solution for this, though it sounds like a very reasonable feature request! I'd recommend raising an issue in the FishEye project at https://jira.atlassian.com

In the meantime, assuming you have the same userbase backing both servers and you don't mind getting your hands dirty with some java development, you could synchronize permissions over by implementing a FishEye plugin that pulls permissions from the Stash REST API and updates them in FishEye using the RepositoryAdminService. That said, permission graphs are fairly complicated beasts and FishEye only supports binding permissions to groups, whereas Stash supports both users and groups, so implementing such a plugin would not be a trivial undertaiking.

Hope this helps, sorry I don't have a better solution for you at this time.

cheers,

Tim

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