Some of the management team want the ability to quickly search Crucible for any reviews associated with a svn revision(changeset) or a range of revisions? I used the word quickly because I assume the response will be to use the REST API but I'm always hopeful.
You can easily access this information on a changeset page, for example https://fisheye2.atlassian.com/changelog/ehcache?cs=8354 page shows a link to CR-9888 review, which contains this changeset. It would also shows other reviews if changeset was added to more than one review.
For more than one changeset you can try opening activity stream, filtered by particular branch, if changesets you want to interrogate belongs to single branch. See https://fisheye2.atlassian.com/changelog/~br=4.2.0-rc/ehcache/ page for example, you can easily identify cs 9343 is added to CR-9895 review and cs 9337 to CR-9896.
Finally you can try installing FishEye Release Report: https://marketplace.atlassian.com/plugins/com.atlassian.fecru.plugins.fecru-revset-report-plugin On the commit graph you can pick up from and to revisions, to get report of all the issues linked to those changesets but also all reviews containing those changesets.
Hope that helps,
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