I don't see 'Linked Issue' field, what can be wrong?

I've gone step by step through this guide: http://confluence.atlassian.com/display/CRUCIBLE/JIRA+Integration+in+Crucible but still can't see the 'Linked Issue' field on any of my screens. What can be wrong?

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Hi Borek,

A common reason the "Linked Issue" field is disabled usually is because there is no mapping in between your repository and JIRA key in your FishEye instance. You may want to further check on it.

Feel free to refer to this page for more information:
* http://confluence.atlassian.com/display/CRUCIBLE/Using+JIRA+Integration+in+Crucible+Reviews


Chai Ying

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Renjith Pillai Community Champion Feb 13, 2012

Have you associated the Jira project with Crucible in the Jira Fisheye configuration page?

Good hint. Although I went step by step through this guide, I was not seeing any kind of integration. Then I went to my JIRA administration, FishEye configuration and indeed the "mappings" table at the bottom was empty. I couldn't edit it so was it correct to go to project settings, Application links and add a link to FishEye there?

This setup is confusing...

I also needed to go to Crucible > Administration > Projects > add application link and add link to my JIRA project. I must have missed this step.

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What version of JIRA are you using? Have you added it on screens?


I have to reconfigure my JIRA screens to see "Linked issue" in Crucible?

Oops. I thought you are asking about the JIRA screens. My mistake! Ignore it..

So, do you have a review created in Crucible? Where are you expecting the links to JIRA issues?

Linked Issue should be visible on the "Edit Review Details" popup window, see the first screenshot here: http://confluence.atlassian.com/display/CRUCIBLE/Using+JIRA+Integration+in+Crucible+Reviews

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