JIRA's Changeset report allows you to view recent changeset activity for a project (that is, where a JIRA issue key belonging to the project was referenced in the commit message), if you are using a source-code repository together with Atlassian FishEye. You can:
- View all 'Recent Changesets' for all repository changesets across the entire project.
- View 'Activity Statistics' on LOC (lines-of-code), files or commits for the project, issue or author.
- Search the FishEye repository linked to the JIRA project currently being browsed.
To view the changeset activity for a project,
- On the top navigation bar, click the white triangle next to 'Projects'. The projects dropdown will display.
Tip: You can access your current project directly by simply clicking the 'Projects' link instead of the triangle.
- Click the project that you wish to browse. If it is not displayed in the dropdown, click 'View All Projects' — you will be able to view a list of all projects set up in your JIRA instance and select your project from there.
- Click the 'Source' tab on the left of the page. The recent changesets for your project will display (see screenshot below). By default, you will see a listing of the most recent changesets for a project:
Screenshot: Viewing the recent changesets for a project
You can also view the Activity Statistics on LOC, Files or Commits for the project, by clicking the 'Statistics' link. The Activity Statistics for the project will display:
Screenshot: Viewing the activity statistics for a project
If you wish to see the above two sets of information together, you can click on the 'All' link to view it all on one page.
- Viewing an Issue's FishEye Changesets