Using Jira On-Demand with DB2

Currently we are able to put all of our Websphere code in Jira and tag it. Can this be done with DB2 code as well?

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In general if you are talking about having the code show up in the Source tab of a JIRA issue then it shouldn't be a problem when you integrate JIRA with a FishEye repository. I'm not exactly sure how you work with DB2 code files, is it that something you commit to a CVS? If so then using the SVN included with your subscription you should be fine.

You can more information about this OnDemand subscription here: .

We use tortoise to upload to Subversion. Do I need a special plug-in to connect the AS400 iSeries DB2 to Jira? I have no idea where to go to figure this out.

Unless I'm not understanding your development and release process, you wouldn't need to integrate your i server with JIRA. What would happen is you would commit your DB2 code to the OnDemand Subversion repositories.

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