Fisheye checkin information in JASON output?


Based on JASON output is there a way to determine if an issue has a check-in? I can get the JASON output for a given issue with the help of below URL: but there is no info related to "source tab".<issue-key>)



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Hello Hanumesh,

This would actually be a query against FishEye, and the REST API call mentioned in the documentation below worked for me:

My URL was:



  • SVN was my repository name
  • Query parameter was: select revisions from dir "/" where comment matches "JRA-1"
    (The browser converts spaces into %20 and double quotes into %22 after hitting Enter)

The query above returned all revisions/commits/changesets that have the JIRA issue key JRA-1 mentioned in their commit message.

The Source Tab of a JIRA issue also searches in FishEye side for commits whose commit messages mention JIRA issue keys in order to list them, so the query above should work for you.

I hope this helps!

Kind regards,
Felipe Kraemer
Atlassian Support

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