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    Versions available for JIRA Server 5.2 - 6.4.14
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    Subversion integrated with JIRA like never before

    Subversion integrated with JIRA like never before

    Commit Graphs

    Commit Calendars

    Subversion JQL

    View full commit HTML5 graphs as much powerful as the provided by TortoiseSVN running on your favorite web browser!

    ... and displaying JIRA issues to track visually how issues affect to each branch!

    Visualize on a nice and interactive calendar commits of users, projects, components, versions, releases,... or whatever you are able to express in a JIRA JQL query!

    Make powerful JQL queries by filtering JIRA issues using Subversion attributes!

    This has become one of the star features: no other integration tool in the World supports it!

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    Everybody could think: if Atlassian made JIRA and Atlassian made some nice apps to integrate 3rd party Version Control tools with JIRA... none could do it better! FAIL!

    The trick is whereas the rest of the applications run remotely and they are integrated over HTTP (even the ones developed by Atlassian). Subversion ALM runs on JIRA and it has full access to the JAVA API. Hence it can do a lot of things easier and better than the rest.

    Second common mistake: Subversion is a mature tool with tons of free software around used by thousands users, so how could anybody do it better? Yes, Subversion is mature, but its API miss some critical features. Unfortunately, most Subversion tools are "silly" as they are direct implementations of the Subversion API, so they have the same limitations than the original product!

    Subversion ALM is NOT a direct implementation of the API. It is really "clever". Unfortunately, I had not enough free time yet to resolve the poor merge support of Subversion :(

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    by Andrea Del Degan on 2016-09-06
    In JIRA v7.1.6 (the version I'm using) under Permission Schemes (Project Permissions) there is still the View Development Tools permission. Alternately, if it is not possible to use that permission, it would be also great if it were possible to hide the panel only for certain Jira User Groups. Thanks for your work!
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    Kinto Soft

    That permission does no longer exist in JIRA 7+. It was discontinued in JIRA 6 and dropped by Atlassian in JIRA 7.

    by admin on 2016-08-06
    very good !
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    by DavidM on 2016-02-11
    I first tried the €œJIRA Subversion plugin by Atlassian but I found this component better. It's easier to configure, get working and has more functionality.
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    by Pieter Myburgh on 2015-07-01
    Works great!! Much better than the Jira SVN plugin and has way more features. (P.S. If you get the 404 error on configuration just uninstall the Jira SVN and Subversion ALM plugins, do a Jira Index and re-install the Subversion ALM plugin... Worked for me!)
    2 out of 2 found this review helpful
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    by John Price on 2014-03-06
    This is an update to my prior review - there's no way to edit reviews on this site. The JQL issue was a mistake on my part - because the svn query items are all functions, typing "sv.." doesn't give any AJAX suggestions. The documentation does give the correct syntax which is issue in functionname("searchstring") I actually did skim the docs before but missed this nuance.
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    Subversion ALM isn't formally supported.


    Version 6.0.10-jira-7 JIRA Server 7.0.0 - 7.2.4 Released 2016-03-02


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    1. Log into your JIRA instance as an admin.
    2. Click the admin dropdown and choose Add-ons. The Manage add-ons screen loads.
    3. Click Find new add-ons from the left-hand side of the page.
    4. Locate Subversion ALM via search. Results include add-on versions compatible with your JIRA instance.
    5. Click Install to download and install your add-on.
    6. You're all set! Click Close in the Installed and ready to go dialog.

    To find older Subversion ALM versions compatible with your instance, you can look through our version history page.

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