We use JIRA at atlassian.net, but want to keep our source code behind our firewalls. Is it possible to download Fisheye and run it here, but integrate it with JIRA in the cloud so that we can see the source in JIRA?
I've read that Fisheye has remote API's to integrate with JIRA, but does JIRA at atlassian.net support this?
As it turns out, linking OnDemand applications to external applications is not available regarding the restricted functions. Please refer to "application links" in the following documentation:
If you do wish to use Crucible/Fisheye with JIRA, either go with OnDemand's Fisheye/Crucible, which needs also the OnDemand SVN OR go with a hosted version of JIRA by a 3rd party Atlassian partner. You may also either consider bringing JIRA in house or hosted SVN/Fisheye/Crucible outside too. Otherwise you will need a VPN / tunnel / firewalls / ports opened of some sort for an external JIRA instance to be able to interact with your Fisheye/Crucible instance internally.
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