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Multiple JIRA projects, one svn repository and commit messages

We have a number of projects in our OnDemand setup that all need to reference the same svn repository. The repository in question is owned by one of the projects. The other projects are configured to have their "Subversion Repository", "FishEye Repository", and "Crucible Review" pointed at the master projects .

Everything seems to be working except for linking to JIRA issues in SVN commits. If I make a commit and reference a JIRA issue in the master project results in the JIRA issue being updated with the commit message. Howeve referenceing a JIRA issue in another project doesn't result in an update to the JIRA issue.

Is it possible to setup multiple projects to point to same svn repository? If so how?

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Not sure if you found your answer yet, but you can do that, it's explained here:

- https://confluence.atlassian.com/pages/viewpage.action?pageId=298976411

Hope it helps, even after so long :)

Page not found. :-/

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I am assuming that you following the instructions here for associating the Fisheye and Jira projects (even though I am not sure for OnDemand whether this is the same procedure).

http://confluence.atlassian.com/display/JIRA/Integrating+JIRA+with+FishEye#IntegratingJIRAwithFishEye-Step4LinkFishEyeRepositoriestoJIRAProjects

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