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List of JIRA issues between revisions

Hello, i was looking for a way in FishEye to get a report of the JIRA issues that where mentioned in commits between revisions. For example, today revision 100 is live. This week some issues are raised in JIRA. Those issues will be fixed and the code is commited. Next week we are at revision 150 and that version is going live. Can i make a report of the JIRA issues that were included in the commit messages between revision 100 and revision 150? (assuming the developers mention the JIRA issue number in their commits)

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mwatson Atlassian Team Nov 17, 2011

We have just released an unsupported plugin that does exactly what you want, called the Release Report: https://plugins.atlassian.com/plugin/details/772972

I installed the plugin (had to upgrade to the latest Fisheye version 2.7.6). It does the job. Thank you! Really interested in updates.

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Hi,

I think you could give this FishEye REST API command a try. It'll show a list of changesets from a repository, and you can filter by the repository name and by comment, among other filters.

A usage example is http://localhost:8060/rest-service-fe/changeset-v1/listChangesets?rep=SVN&comment=JRA

Please let us know how it goes...

Cheers,
Felipe Kraemer
Atlassian Support

Hi there, thanks for your reply.

I can't seem to get an anwser via the REST API.

I changed the url to:

http://fisheye:8060/rest-service-fe/changeset-v1/listChangesets?rep=MY-REP&comment=FOO

Where: My-REP is the name of the repository as defined in FishEye (with a dash '-' in it) and FOO is in multiple of the commit messages for sure. For example "#FOO-3 Fixed some issue" and "FOO-23 Added a new feature"

This is the (empty) result:

<results expand="changesets">
<changesets/>
</results>

The svn repos is accessible via svn://svn, don't know if i should do something with that, because FishEye already knows this (and should know how to authenticate too).

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