I manage a platform where each jira projects (more than 1000) were linked with a fisheye repository (Same project key). Thus more than 1000 applinks are defined between jira and fisheye.
I was working on the application links and by mistake I did a remove of the applink between the jira instance and the fisheye instance.
I know, i'm stupid... :-(
Do you have a trick to rollback the links?
Via the database or a tool, a script to create a link if a jira project key is equal to a fisheye repo.
I need your help.
That will a lot of re-mapping if you plan to do it manually again. But, I think there is no entity link entities in the database when the application link was deleted.
There are a couple of workaround that you might want to go:
Thanks for your quick answer.
Currently, we have Jira 5.1.6 and FishEye 2.8.1.
By saying: "I think this is better than re-mapping all the repository to the project.", you mean:
IIRC, the links are stored in the config.xml file, in the root of the fisheye_inst dir - ie the dir where your indexes and so on are.
This is such a critical file and so prone to corruption that we have a cron job that checks it into VCS every one hour, if it's different from its predecessor. I know, horse, stable door, etc, but might be worth considering.
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