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How to configure Jira to list git branches involved with a Jira Ticket

I just setup a DVCs for my Jira to connect with our Bitbucket account.

But all the DVCs is doing at the moment.... is to show under the "Development" title a link "commits" which list all the commits done for that ticket...


But is not useful for us, what we need, is to show the list of git branches involved with our Jira tickets.... how can I set this up?

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Eya Souissi
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how can i  streamline the E2E testing process by ensuring that all branches associated with the same Jira ticket are tested in the same pipeline

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Daniil Penkin
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Oct 23, 2019

Hello @Corine,

Branches and pull requests will appear in the very same Development section. Here's a page describing the rules used to match commits, branches, pull requests and other entities to Jira tickets.

Hope this helps. Let me know if you have any questions.


Hi Daniil,


   our branch names and commits all inlcude jira ticket numbers, in the same format as suggested in the link you sent me. for example: "TIS-2_feature" ... in our case the project is called tool... so we have tool-370 present in our commits...


commits are being seen, but not the branches name... I am not sure what we are missing here in the setup?

Daniil Penkin
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Oct 24, 2019

Hm, it looks like the branch should reference the ticket as is, without lowercasing. Can you try that?

Also, if you create a branch from Jira, Bitbucket will prepopulate its name with the ticket number and slugified title of the issue. Just in case you're creating branches via UI – this is a tiny shortcut :)

Hope this helps.


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