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Log code review time against JIRA

I recently upgraded Fisheye and crucible.

Priori t ot he upgrade I was able to  log code review time in the code review and this passed back  to  JIRA. This is now disabled.

has the feature been dropped, if not how to  enable it again 

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lpater Atlassian Team Nov 25, 2014

Hi Ryan,

this feature wasn't removed from Crucible and should still be available. Which JIRA and Crucible versions are you using?

Logging time to JIRA issue might be disabled if you don't have time tracking enabled in JIRA, the user doesn't have the permission to track time, or the issue is in a state that doesn't allow time to be tracked. Internally (as of Crucible 3.5), we use the JIRA REST api to check whether work can be logged against the issue (using a call to /rest/api/latest/issue/ISSUE-1?expand=operations, and checking if the result contains an "operations-work" operation) 

Time tracking is enabled and used extensively

Using JIRA 6.3.9 and Crucible 3.6.1.

 

I had to  recreate the JIRA fisheye link after upgrade

Users etc hasn't changed nor have theor permissions to the best of my knowledge

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