We linked Crucible v4.7.0 (without Fisheye license) and Jira v8.0.0 following the procedure here. Application link is effective, the Crucible project is mapped to the corresponding Jira project and we can link Jira issues from Crucible reviews. The corresponding Fisheye repository (defined in the Crucible project) is not mapped to the Jira project.
But when an issue key is mentionned in a commit message in source manager, the commit is automatically detected and link to the corresponding issue in Jira. A link Commit thus appears in the Development panel of the linked issue, referring this commit.
How can I prevent or disable this automatic linking ?
We sometimes mention issues in commit not related directly to the issue.
NB1: It seems it's not possible to unlink or modify this link once created (see here).
NB2: We use Perforce to manage our sources.
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