Hello @Derek Powell,
I have replicated your scenario locally by having JIRA 6.1.x integrated with Fisheye 3.2.x through Application Links, using OAuth as authentication method for both Incoming and Outgoing authentication in both products, having more than 20 commits in a repository, and the Source tab in the JIRA issue showing "Create review for all 20 commits".
What happens here is that, even though there are more than 20 commits whose messages contain that Jira issue key, by default only the 20 most recent commits are displayed in the Source tab.
You can change how many commits get displayed in the Source tab by going to Jira Administration > Add-ons > FishEye Configuration (under Source Control) and, in Global Configuration section, click the Edit button, then under Display options, increase the value of the Max commits / Issue setting, then click the Update button.
After increasing this setting and refreshing the Jira issue, the button in the Source tab showed "Create review for all 22 commits".
I hope this helps!
Everything below is tested on Ubuntu 17.10. I prefer to use Jira in a docker container because: 1. I can install Jira with a couple of commands. 2. I can start and stop Jira just by starting and s...
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