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Subversion repository does not work


i created a new subversion existing respository http://IP/svn/ORGANIZATION/Development/ANYFOLDER (a link like this) and the information existing in this folder (ANYFOLDER) does not appears. It is normal?

i did a commit on any file on this folder and the repository (in fisheye ) did not change.

on the other hand, i have the Fisheye integrating with JIra, and when i did a commit (IPMA-2 #comment test) does not appears nothing in the issue jira.

anyone can help me?

8 answers

how can i raise a support?

thank you.

TimP Rising Star May 14, 2013

Hi Ana,

Pop over to and raise an issue in the Fisheye project.



hello. thank you.

how can i raise a support?


so, the fisheye only carries information past 90 days? because i have folders that I do not change for more than a year and do not appear in fisheye ( documents or activity)... and i have folders that appear all.

ana mendes

Conor Atlassian Team May 13, 2013

FishEye will index the entire history of a Subversion repository. For example, the Apache Ant repository is available here:

You will find activity all the way back to 2000. For example:

It may be time to raise a support request so we can go through your issue in more detail.

i dont have configured the server - svn jar and dynamic library. it is important? the location of svn jar and dynamic library is in my fisheye folder? (/lib/(...))

Conor Atlassian Team May 13, 2013

This is not necessary. If you do not configure anything, FishEye uses its bundled svnkit library and it knows how to find this.

the include/exclude settings are empty....

i used the "Test Connection" and gave me "Connection succeeded". My details are:

- SVN URL: http://IP/svn/gisgeo

(gisgeo is the company)

- Path: Desenvolvimento/FOLDER

best regards

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Conor Atlassian Team May 12, 2013

Have you used the "Test Connection" button in the admin UI? It can often tell you about problems it finds which may help you.

My suspicion is that you have set the repository root to the full path rather than the root of the SVN server.

yes, i have. but the include/exclude settings are not empty for default??

best regards.

They are empty by default. Also, your original question is not quite clear, could you restate it?

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Do you have admin access to fisheye? Check the include/exclude settings for that repo.

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