Empty source and review tabs in issues after Jira server migration


I moved our Jira server to another host using the same version we had installed.

A day after the migration I was told that the source and review tabs in the issues are empty.

I recreated the application links and the links between the Jira project and the Fisheye/Crucible project, but the tabs are still empty.

The installed version are Jira 6.1.5 and Crucible 3.3.0, both on Windows.

Do one of you have an idea what I could do to fix this?


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Having the same problem but with Stash & Jira.

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Application link issues are always very challenging to troubleshoot as it involves multiple variables. The best course of action here would be to open a support ticket on http://support.atlassian.com

Apparently the tabs are supposed to be gone, by design. The "Development" section replaces it. You do not have any official documentation on this, but instead Atlassian staff has commented on KB articles indicating this. Can you confirm?

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