Configure JIRA/Fisheye to not scan any repos for changes


Is it possible to configure JIRA/Fisheye to not scan any repos when accessing the Source tab in JIRA if the JIRA project does not use any source control repos?

We've got JIRA/Fisheye installed, configured and integrated and everything is working fine, except for JIRA projects that do not use any repos. For the JIRA projects that do not use repos we obviously don't have Project Links configured, but this means that when users select the Source or All tabs in JIRA, Fisheye checks every repo and displays errors for the repos that are offline.

Is there a way to tell JIRA/Fisheye that these projects are not associated with any repos so that it doesn't try looking through all the repos? Hoping that I'm missing something as the only workaround I can think of is to configure a dummy repo and configure all projects that don't use repos to point at that.



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Set up a permission scheme in JIRA that denies "View Issue Source Tab" to anyone.

Ah, so simple. Thanks.

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