Jira integration with two Perforce servers using Fisheye

I want to integrate Jira with Perforce by FishEye. We have several independent Perforce servers (because historical reasons).

My question is: if part my projects are related to Perforce Server1, other projects with Perforce Server2, is there any limitation on it?

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Lukasz Pater Atlassian Team May 25, 2014

Hi Gaby,

you can add multiple repositories from multiple Perforce servers to FishEye. Most licenses (except for the $10 Starter license) don't have any limitations with the regard to the number of repositories you can add.

Adding the repositories in FishEye will allow you to view Perforce changelists associated with the issues in JIRA (and if you use Crucible create and view reviews for them).

Thanks a lot.

Gaby

About enabling Perforce Job Integration, because I want to publish Jira issues as Perforce jobs.

Is there any limitation? Because it seems one definition is expected and want to enable the job integration for 2 Perforce servers.

Thanks,

Gaby

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