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How to include a path to index for Fisheye

This is the path set in the repository: //abc/dir1/ - It is a huge repo.

Hence I want to include on //abc/dir1/dir1a, I added the syntax "dir1a" inn the include path, however it does not work as Fisheye is indexing all file and directories under //abc/dir1.

Did I do it correctly? Did I add the path to include with the right syntax?

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Hi Soo,

According to the Include Path document, setting dir1a as an Include Path should be enough. I'm wondering if there is any misconfiguration regarding the repository URL and Path. You said the path is set as //abc/dir1, can you please confirm it is indeed set with the two slashes? What happens if the path is set as abc/dir1?

If that doesn't help, please let me know also what happens if you do not set a path for this repository, but set the Include Path as abc/dir1/dir1a

Please notice you need to re-index the repository after setting the Include Path, so the changes will take effect.

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