Change jira project git repository

Hello, I have a JIRA project that is tracking the wrong Bitbucket server repository.

Is there a way to set the exact repository that a project must watch for issue mentions and smart commits?



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Check what is the BBS URL configured in the JIRA Project's "Project Links".

HI, thanks for your answer.

I had no links configured, I've just tried to add a new linking the right Bitbucket server repository but nithign changed. I still have issues linking the wrong branch/pull request repository



Try configuring it in your JIRA Project. Go to your project administration page, then search for the "Configure Project Links".

Like I said, I've configured the link but nothing changed.

In the issue I can see the old "commit/pull request" (boxed in purple) and the new (and correct) branch


Your JIRA instance might need reindexing. Try that. If not, the dev details might be saved on the DB side which means DB update.

Thanks, but as soon I have created the app link I re-indexed the istance, no result sad

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