Best practice for Crucible Project Keys

If I have a JIRA project with key FOO, what should I use for the Crucible project? At first I wanted to use the same key, but this gets in the way with smart commits. For this reason I decided to use some Postfix like FOOR. While this solves my problem with smart commits, it sure does not look nice. Does anyone have a better idea?

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Hi Stefan.

According to Atlassian's best practises for Crucible configuration the suggested method is to use "CR-" prefix. So if you have "FOO" JIRA project then the Crucible project key should be "CR-FOO".

That's what I've been using in several different organizastions and haven't run into any problems or complains.

Cheers!

Thank you very much!

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Timothy Chin Community Champion Feb 21, 2013

If postfix is not nice, what about prefix? Kinda the same thing but yea..

The problem with prepending 'CR-' is that you will hit this bug: https://jira.atlassian.com/browse/FE-4155

It
means that the smart commits see CR-FOO-xx and then associate the check-in with issue FOO-xx even though the check-in might be for issue FOO-yy

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