In our new JIRA, I can't see the 'Source' tab on a JIRA issue but in our older version of JIRA I can see it just fine. All I see under 'Activity' on the JIRA issue is: All - Comments - Work Log - History - Activity (but no Source).
At first I was thinking that maybe code had to be tied between our SVN and JIRA as our older JIRA and SVN are integrated, but when I opened a JIRA issue in our older JIRA it shows 'Source' even though there's no code commit for that issue.
Thanks in advance for your help.
Update: I went to permissions and added Developer Project Role and Anyone (for good measure) but still not seeing source tab. Any suggestions about how to further troubleshoot?
Thanks very much Jobin.
Is this SVN Plug-in something we have to purchase? Someone else ordered all our Atlassian products before I was here and I don't remember seeing anything about an SVN Plug-in mentioned on my project.
Hi, I went to this URL to see about downloading the JIRA SVN PLug-In and it looks like it's free but it also looks like there's some issue (see thread).
Extract I found from a user that's with today's date:
Hi Nick - there was a Marketplace server problem that caused download links not to appear on a number of plugins, not just this one; this should now be fixed. Not sure what you mean about Greenhopper not being installable, but I'd suggest following Greenhopper's support link and raising an issue there.
I have the FishEye application link applied but will need to double-check the project link as I don't recall about this being a step that needed to be done when I looked at the instructions in the JIRA manual?
If the application link is correctly configured and if you have permission, it should appear. See https://confluence.atlassian.com/display/FISHKB/Source+tab+does+not+appear+on+View+Issue+or+Browse+Project+page+in+JIRA
Make sure there are no errors!
Project link and app link were applied but still not sure what I'm missing. (Thanks for that link you sent above as I'll use that for a basis upon which to continue to troubleshoot).
Hi Jobin, I wanted to follow up and tell you that I have FishEye integrated with JIRA now but still can't see the 'source' tab. I could see the Source tab in our older JIRA even when no code was associated with an issue but not with this new instance of JIRA. So what could be causing that problem?
Thanks in advance for your help.
Finally can see the Source tab (as of 5 minutes ago)! The fix: Enable JIRA's remote API and to also enable Fisheye's remote API. You can not believe the hours that went in to troublehsooting this. I was about to lose my mind (what was eft of it!). Thanks for the assistance along the way. Much appreciated.
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