Exclude Service User Commits in Yet Another commit checker

 

We enabled the yet another commit checker recently, what’s happening is maven plug in is trying to update the POM file and yacc is not allowing it because of no JIRA ID so push failed. 

How to Exclude commits from service users with access keys (e.g. CI Server) from commit requirements?

is there any way fix it by adding a 'whitelist' committer (Jenkins service account) in the Yet Another Commit Checker settings. so it allows commits from the service account to be exempt from the JIRA ID validation.?

 

Thanks in advance!!

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Under the "Exclude Commits" option, you will see a checkbox to exclude commits from service users. Once that is checked, users who are using SSH access keys on the project or repository level will be excluded from the checks.

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