We have JIRA, FishEye+Crucible, and Stash installed. Stash is hosting our git repo.
When using smart commits to tie a commit to a JIRA issue, we notice that the Source tab on a issue shows changesets twice: once for Stash and once for FishEye.
This seems to be confusing our users. Also, the order seems to be different. For example, let's say I did 3 commits to a repository. Here is chronological order:
The source tab in JIRA will look like this:
How you recommend I setup the JIRA integration with both products? For the record, I am very new to these products as well, and this is my first time administering.
I agree - this is really annoying. On the one hand, the advice is that Stash and FishEye can live side-by-side. Stash for repository hosting and management and FishEye for code searching and analysis. But on the other hand, there are several problems like this one - viewing a changeset twice on the source tab is redundant and, more importantly, makes it harder to visualize the aggregated history of code changes related to an issue.
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