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Can we use the REST API to find pull-requests with a specific commit?


In the event that a target branch already contains the commits in a pull request, the PR will be remotely merged.  I would like to determine which pull requests contain a specific commit so I can determine which approved pull requests led to the remote merge status.


From the API docs, I can use GET /rest/api/latest/projects/{projectKey}/repos/{repositorySlug}/pull-requests/{pullRequestId}/commits to identify the commits. Is there a reverse operation that shows pull requests for a specific commit?

I am not finding the info in the API page here:


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