How to get Fisheye to only offer up files from only 1 of 2 projects in 1 SVN repository?

I have 1 SVN repository with 2 projects.  When I point Fisheye at this SVN repository it always offers up all file differences for both projects.  Recently I have had the administrator create 2 new Fisheye projects.  I though the administrator pointed each of the new Fisheye projects to one or the other projects in the 1 SVN repository.

But, when I ask Fisheye to create a review, it does not offer me up the names of the 2 new Fisheye projects.  Only the old Fisheye project.  As such, I am offered all the changed files in both project.  Not just the files of the 1 project of interest.

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Ask your admin to configure two repositories in FishEye - one for each project you have - you can use include/exclude certain paths to be scanned. 


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