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JIRAID to push commit to Bitbucket

I am having troubles pushing code to my bitbucket. I am currently using IntelliJ to push my code and getting the following error message:

remote: The commit message should have a valid JIRA Issue key for all commits that are part of your push
remote: This commit message 'v765067 added product code' is missing jiraid or has an invalid jiraid

It seems like I have to create a JIRA ID. How do I go about doing that? 

I am new to using Bitbucket so would like any help I can get! I might have missed a step in the process.

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Robert Wen Community Leader Nov 02, 2021

Hello @Casey Moeslein ! Welcome to the Atlassian Community!

Your commit message should start with the ID of the Jira issue.  So, if you were using the git command line: 

git commit -m "JIRA-123 This is what a Jira ID looks like"

Thank you for your response. Where do I find the Jira issue id?


My current process is going into IntelliJ -> uploading my sql file -> commit to my branch -> push commit 

Robert Wen Community Leader Nov 02, 2021

Let me answer your question with some questions.

So what kicks off this process?  Are you assigned a Jira issue to do the development work?  If so, use the ID of that Jira issue in your commit message.  If you don't know, talk to your project manager/tech lead/scrum master for starters.

No, I am not assigned any number 

You'll need to ask the project leaders what to put in (you may not need to be assigned, but the Jira ID is a reference to the story under which your work should be tracked)

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