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So, this question has been raised from my own and my reviewers lack of attention. Our bitbucket is connected with Jira and Jtmf, so I, as a tester, create branch for my test cases from Jtmf story. When making pull request we are accepted to include something like this: “Bla bla bla for US XXX” where US stands for User Story and XXX the number part of Jira ticket ID.
As a mistake, I included the whole Jira ticket ID instead of only the number part, so now that commit(not the pull request itself) is associated with Jira issue and it is causing a problem when that story is marked “Done” in Jira. Pull request was approved and merged, branch deleted and my team and me are stuck with “Unreviewed Code” warning on the release board.
Any suggestions on possible fix?
P.S. There were around 6 other merges after my merge
Thank you all in advance!
Hi @Vladislav ,
welcome to the Atlassian community!
Did u try to amend the commit message? https://stackoverflow.com/questions/14381044/how-do-i-change-a-git-commit-message-in-bitbucket
Hope this helps,
Thank you for your response. No, we haven’t tried amending, as that pull request is not the most recent. Do you know if the Jira issue will be unlinked if the commit message will be changed?
It’s just the only other way is to rebase(which we are strongly discouraged to do).
I few years ago I tested this and I wasn’t able to get rid of the link once it was created. Hopefully it is possible now, please let me know, if you try it. Thank you.