Status: Not Being Considered (View Workflow)
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If FishEye and Bitbucket Data Center are already integrated, you can easily add individual Bitbucket Repositories to FishEye. However, further development of Fisheye integration is not aligning with our priorities. We remain committed to being an open company, whether it's with regards to feature requests or bugs in our software.
What are we doing instead? We remain committed to helping software teams deliver high-quality software faster in an increasingly competitive world. We believe that great developer tools are a key element of modern software development. To that end, we've made a lot of improvements last year and are planning to work in the following areas that help with problems development teams face now:
- Performance and scaling to support growth
- Security and compliance features
- Innovations around developer productivity
- Integrations between Atlassian and other leading products
Product Manager - Bitbucket Data Center & Server
Original request description
I don't really want to have to manually create FishEye projects for every repo in Stash. A way to populate FishEye when a repo is created in Stash would be nice...or at least some very easy way to do it (ideally one that doesn't involve an administrator).
Use Fisheye's REST APIs to add repositories and set up their permissions:
- is related to
BSERV-4031 Notify FishEye of new commits
- relates to
FE-5298 Automatically add Bitbucket Server repository into Fisheye
- Not Being Considered
- mentioned in
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