question 1: I have multiple repositories inside http://localhost/repos (repos1, repos2, ....) . I would like to know if it is necessary to configure a especific one at svn.root , i.e. svn.root=http://localhost/repos/repos1 and for each repository I have to define svn.root.1=http://localhost/repos/repos2 , svn.root.2=http://localhost/repos/repos3
or if it is possible to put a parent path at svn.root, like svn.root=http://localhost/repos and the integration will see all repositories?
question 2: Is it necessary to have fisheye? Do I ask this, because at file subversion-jira-plugin.properties I saw a section to fisheye (linkformat.changeset ...). So I would like to know if may I have the integration jira with subversion without fisheye.
I've verified and it is not possible to put the parent path , we need to put each repository here.
My problem was solved when I've delete the directory $JIRA_HOME/caches/indexes/plugins/atlassian-subversion-revisions and restart jira to re create this directory.
Question 1: You can add only the root for your repository.
Question 2: You don't need to have FishEye. This configuration is optional, and it's only needed if you want to click on that revision from JIRA and be redirected to FishEye.
BTW what JIRA version/SVN Plugin are you running? On the newest versions you can set all of this via UI.
We are using Jira 5.0.2 and SVN Plugin 0.10.11. I've done everything like the documentation and I've created a revision at SVN with jira issue ID in my comment (I've set to 5 min the time to do refresh of subversion index ), but at tab Subversion nothing was shown.
Do you know what could be wrong?
Using jira v5.1.7 and svn-plugin v0.10.11.1 The source tab is shown in the issue, but there is no svn commit information. The index files itself contains the correct svn commit informations. To verfiy the installation, I added a TST project, using the Attlassian svn test repository. But the same effect ... the source tab is empty. The error log is empty. What else can be wrong?
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