No changeset info in MySQL database

I've installed FishEye using build-in database at first, but later moved all data into MySQL database. However all tables in the database seems to be related to Crucible only (having cru_ prefix) and I can't locate any FishEye related data about changesets and their association with Jira issues.

I need that data in MySQL database to be able to manually link existing changesets I've made using Fixes #4345346 Task Title alike comments for Mantis issue tracker with Jira issues, created as result of issue import from Mantis into Jira.

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As i know Fisheye 2.7 dose not write any of this info in the DB - its all stored outside the DB

As i know Fisheye 2.7 dose not write any of this info in the DB - its all stored outside the DB

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