What doing "Fisheye project content" setting in Fisheye/Crucible ver 3.1.1

Hello.

In Fisheye and Crucible documentation this setting don't described.

I found https://confluence.atlassian.com/display/FISHKB/How+to+add+several+repositories+to+one+project+in+Crucible but don't found when I must use it.

I have some repositories and some projects in my Fisheye/Crucible installation.

On Projects page in admin area I see link "Fisheye content edit" for each project.

But what the diffence of:

1. "Fisheye project content" is empty for project.

2. On "Fisheye project content" filled by some repositories.

In all cases when I create review I can select all repositories for all project.

Where using "Fisheye project content" setting?

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Lukasz Pater Atlassian Team Oct 16, 2013

Hi Sergey,

this setting affects which repositories/directories are shown in the activity stream when showing the project page.

Also when creating a review it's used to suggest a best matching project to put the review in. As you've noted the user can still choose to add content from any accessible repository to a review in any accessible project.

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