Newly installed Subversion plugin connecting to old repository from previous Jira version

I'm trying to install the Subversion plugin in our test environment Jira 5.2.2 . Despite being a fresh install still pointing to the example SVN respository, when trying to start Jira with this plugin installs it hangs indefinitely - looking at the logs reveals that it is actually trying to access one of our own repositories - but I haven't entered these details anywhere and searching within all Jira directories hasn't turneed anything up.

Clearly the details are coming from some past installation of the plugin and are being stored somewhere, but I can't figure out where.

Does anyone have any experience with an issue like this?

Thanks

1 answer

It might help:

https://answers.atlassian.com/questions/40281/subversion-plugin-ignoring-properties-file

If JIRA founds any configuration in the jira properties, the file is ignored.

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