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Re: Subversion and JIRA integration

From: Eric Johnson <eric_at_tibco.com>
Date: Mon, 30 Sep 2019 11:35:10 -0700

Hi Ragu,

Your question is sort of a tricky one. Well, at least parts of it are. But
here's an attempt at an answer.

On Sun, Sep 29, 2019 at 9:50 PM Ragu Nathan <ragu1823_at_gmail.com> wrote:

> Hi,
> I would like to know the Subversion can be integrate with JIRA bug
> tracking tool.

Yes, but it depends on your requirements, and how many development
resources you're willing to throw at it, if a commercial vendor doesn't
provide it already.

> Ex: I found an issue in software coding and create a problem report to
> address root cause, analysis, documents updates , etc and I will use the
> JIRA to track all above, but Subversion is a configuration management tool
> to store data ( source code, documents, etc).

Subversion is a version control tool, not a configuration management tool.
While it may certainly be possible to use Subversion in the manner implied,
the definition of "configuration management" may lead to requirements that
Subversion is less than ideal for.

> Questions:
> 1. If I use the JIRA tool to address an issue , address all sort of
> analysis, proposed solutions, implementation details and I want to update
> the documents or source code in Subversion, is there any way to get into
> Subversion from JIRA? Not hyperlink. Real integrate environment. In this
> case I can check if any updates were made in to the documents or source
> code , which problem reporting # was used to fix the issue.

As I understand it, JIRA includes an extension API. It certainly should be
possible to extend JIRA to get more detailed information about links into
Subversion, without, as you indicate "hyperlinking".

There exist integrations into JIRA already for tighter coupling with
Subversion, so you could start with those, to see if any of those meet your

> 2. Are both tools integrate together?

It is left to one's imagination. Both have APIs, so it is possible to add
tighter integration to both. For details of how to integrate from
Subversion's perspective, check out the "hook" documentation:


Atlassian definitely offers APIs from the JIRA side:

> 3. If so, how much would it cost for floating licence?

This mailing list isn't going to be a good source of information about
that. And that assumes that you can find an existing commercial vendor of
extension(s) that meet your needs.


> Thanks
> Ragu.P
Received on 2019-09-30 20:35:35 CEST

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