jira-fisheye: some repositoriew updates are not shown in jira

We have a project split over a number of repositories. We recently added a few repositories.

To add these new repositories:

  • I added the repository inside fisheye
  • I then associated them with the right project

Inside fisheye-crucible we see the updates for all the repositories. However when we go the a specific issue in jira the source tab does not show the activities in these new repository.

As far as I know there is no configuration needed for jira for this.

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found it. In the project add the new repositories in the "application links"

found it. In the project add the new repositories in the "application links"

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