We have a user that says he was able to include multiple JIRA keys (Parent Key and and Sub-task Keys) in his Commit message and then view the Sub-task commits on the Development panel when viewing the Parent issue.
Is/was this possible? We recently upgraded our JIRA from 6.0.8 to 7.2.1 and he's saying that he thought it use to work before the upgrade.
Hey Jobin - I have a follow up question. There appears to have been a miscommunication. The user was actually complaining that he's not seeing the "commits" link in the Development panel when viewing the Sub-task in JIRA. His Commit message looks like this in Fisheye...
PROJECT-123: This is the Parent Task
- PROJECT-456: This is the Sub-task
He sees the "commits" link when viewing the PROJECT-123 parent Task ticket in JIRA , BUT he does NOT see the "commits" link when viewing the PROJECT-456 Sub-task ticket. Should he see it in the Sub-task? If so, is there specific syntax that should be used in the Commit message to get it to work?
Any help/insight would be greatly appreciated. ...thanks in advance!
Nevermind, I was able to confirm this myself. It does in fact look like the preceding hyphen is causing the problem. Here's another example I came across that confirms this...
Sample Commit Message with multiple JIRA Keys:
Merge pull request #594 from test-repo Includes Bugs - BUG-1 Page load is very slow - BUG-2 Inability to Run the Compiler before setup - BUG-3 Most of the fields don't have Use Default Value option BUG-4 Wrong default value on Price field BUG-5 Multiple plugins cannot be run
Notice some have preceding hyphens and others do not. The commits successfully show in JIRA for BUG-4 and BUG-5 but NOT for BUG-1, BUG-2, and BUG-3.
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