Due to the EoL Fisheye/Crucible and Svn OnDemand announcement this feature is now available.
Please see the following page which explains how to integrate your OnDemand Jira with a local Fisheye installation: https://confluence.atlassian.com/display/AOD/Integrating+JIRA+OnDemand+with+FishEye
Since this will require some extra configurations like application links (which is restricted), this is not possible in OnDemand. After all, there could be some latency issues between the two apps that makes the experience little less enjoyable.
Then how exactly am I supposed to link up a VS2010 project so that I can perform source code review via my JIRA interface? I thought FishEye was supposed to help. I started a BitBucket account and pushed my code and set up links to my JIRA OnDemand evaluation account and still nothing appears on the JIRA interface even when I put my project name in the commit comments. How is it this must be done? Can it be done?
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