I have 'n' of projects created under Jira account.
All of those projects use Jira SVN code repository. I want to change the repository of one of the project.
Is it possible to do that, if Yes please mention steps to do that
If you want to change a JIRA project to use a different repository, simply go to the Administration Panel > Projects > Select the project > Scroll down to Project Links, from there you may select different repositories or Spaces within the different pieces in your OnDemand instance.
Could please explain in detail i m bit new to Admin part.
Steps i followed: Did edits on following places:
1) For XYZ project edited the Subversion repository and had given this URL: https://svn.codespot.com/a/xxxx.com/xxxxxx/
2) For XYZ project edited the FishEye Repository and had given this URL: https://svn.codespot.com/a/xxxxx.com/xxxxxxx/
but i need to configure outgoing and incoming Authentication settings in order to set new repository for my project:
Service Provider Name - ???
Consumer Key - ???
Shared Secret - ???
Description - ???
Request Token URL - ??
Access Token URL - ??
Authorize URL - ??
How can i get all this information ?
I think in this case it's best if you create a support ticket, as we'd need more information about your instance and its configuration and environment to help you configure your instance, as OnDemand does not normally allow external SVN hosting.
Please go to support.atlassian.com and create a support ticket with your SEN and one of our Support Engineers will get in touch with you.
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