How can we map all the stash repositories for a project into Fisheye

We have Stash and Fisheye/Crucible. In Stash we have many projects and within each project many repositories. Lets say 50 repos in one Stash project.

Now a team wants to add their project repos in Fisheye (for fisheye use and so they can use Crucible). It doesn't seem scalable to have to add all those repositories into Fisheye. Are we using Git wrong? It seems to be the way Git works or the way we are using it where we have lots of repositories per project. Note: I'm not very familiar with Git and best practices but the folks using Stash are and they have created all these repos.

In perforce on the other hand one can map to the server and access any depot path within it with just ONE entry in fisheye. How can we do that with Fisheye/Stash/Git?

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Hi Eric,

Unfortunately integration between Stash and Fisheye has some room to improve. You might be interested in the Fisheye's PM reply here:

Which references the open ticket:

Just on repositories/projects in Stash, there's nothing wrong with having multiple repositories per project. It honestly doesn't matter, and will depend on your teams and how manage permissions. Generally it's easy to have a project per team, but that's just one option.



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Nick Pellow Atlassian Team Mar 24, 2014

Hi Eric,

Just a heads up that the next release of FishEye (3.4 due out mid-April 2014) will include the first phase of native Stash integration for FishEye and Crucible.

The task of adding a Stash repository to FishEye, will be a single click operation for a FishEye administrator.

Future work may include the ability to add multiple Stash repositories in a single click. We will also be investigating an "Add to FishEye" button for Stash to make the job even easier.


Nick Pellow

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