What happens when you delete a Fisheye SVN repository that is used by a Crucible Project containing reviews?

We have a Crucible Project that is pulling available source from multiple repositories - in some cases the Fisheye SVN repositories are scanning the same code. If we delete one of the repositories - the one that was used to pull the code into the review - will the review still be valid and work normally? If a new review was created, the same code would be available, just in a different repository.

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Daniel Rohan Atlassian Team Jan 15, 2013

Hello The_MC,

There is a setting (enabled by default) for each Crucible Project to "Store the contents of files in reviews". With this setting enabled the content in a review persists without needing the originating repository to remain connected.

Cheers,

Daniel

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