One Crucible project many repositories - how to?

Dear All,

we just configured to our Fisheye 30+ repositories. The users also need Crucible project for these repos but we don't know - even reading the documentation - wehther 1 crucible project is enough or each repo needs an apart crucible project?

We see the 'Default Repository' by the crucible projects which indicates for us that there is 1 default repo and can be several others. But we cannot add more repos to 1 project.

Can you please hint some advise?

Thanks in advance,


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1 crucible project should be enough, your users can create reviews from fisheye and can indicate the project they need in Crucible, it's explained here :

I hope this helps.

Best regards


Hi Peter,

thanks for the fast reply. Sorry I wasn't clear: we have 30+ repositories but when creating a crucible project we can only choose 1 repository.

We have repos A, B, C, D and project X

When we link repo A with project X do the other 3 repos an apart project?

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