Connect Jira Fisheye SVN over a reverse proxy (Webseal)

We are deliberating following 2 scenarios:

(1)Jira (and Confluence) share a "zone A" in "zone B" there are Fisheye and SVN. Inbetween there is a reverse proxy (Webseal) that does not allow "PUT" and "DELETE" calls. Is it potentially still possible to connect Jira and Fisheye? We're mainly interested in the "link issues to commits" basic functionality. (i.e. which calls are needed for the Jira/Fisheye link, can the basic functionality above be realised with this restriction?)

(2) Jira,Confluence and Fisheye share a "zone A", "zone "B" has only SVN. Again, the reverse Proxy (Webseal) inbetween does not allow "PUT" and "DELETE" calls. Is it potentially still possible to connect Fisheye and SNV? (or how can Fisheye connect to svn to overcome this?).

Does anyone have experience with this kind of setup? Also we don't want to circumvent the proxy in any way here...

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Fisheye (SVNKit library, in fact) won't use PUT or DELETE calls to Subversion server, but it will use PROPFIND. Does your proxy allow those?

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