JIRA is now available as three separate applications, JIRA Software, JIRA Service Desk, and JIRA Core. For more information on administering these applications, refer to the Administering JIRA Applications documentation.

Browsing a Project's FishEye Changesets

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.
(info) Your JIRA administrator must have configured the FishEye plugin on your JIRA server, if you want to view the 'Changeset' report. You will also need the 'View Development Tools'  permission in the appropriate projects.

To view the changeset activity for a project,

  1. On the top navigation bar, click the white triangle next to Projects. The projects dropdown will display.
    (tick) Tip: You can access your current project directly by simply clicking the Projects link instead of the triangle.
  2. Click the project you wish to browse. If the project is not displayed in the dropdown, click View All Projects, which allows you to view a list of all accessible projects on your JIRA site, and select your project from there.
  3. Click Source 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

Click Statistics to view the Activity Statistics on LOC, Files or Commits for the project.

Screenshot: Viewing the activity statistics for a project

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