I have created repository in stash. I pushed an existing repository to it. Now Stash has linked the wrong user to the commits.
I am the main committer on the repository. My git user.name matches my stash users full name. My git user.email matches my stash users email.
No other users in stash have the same full name or email as me.
But whenever I push the repository it always shows the commits as a different user. Why? How do I get stash to link my user to the commits?
Thanks for your feedback! I've updated your comment on our KB below: https://confluence.atlassian.com/display/STASHKB/Commit+in+Stash+shows+a+different+username+than+the+one+that+pushes+the+code - Thiago Bomfim
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