Control on Jira issues before merging a pull request in BitBucket Edited

Hello,

Is it possible to put a control on Jira issues (status) before allowing a merge on a pull request in BitBucket?

 

Thank you in advance for your help!

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What exactly are you trying to do?

Do you want to check the status of each issue referenced via the commit message of the commit that are to be merged with the pull request? Like "only allow merging if all issues are in DONE status"?

It is a bit different. We have a model in which the branch is created on the parent issue. Then via SubTasks we contribute to this branch, Once the work on the parent branch is complete, we create a pull request. But I'd like to make sure that all SubTasks are Closed before accepting the pull request.

Hi Aron,

I am looking for some thing similar to what you said. I want to check the status on each of the JIRA issue that is part of a pull request. Currently I click on each JIRA issue to go to that issue and check the status. is there a config setting to display the status of that JIRA issue along with the ID?

Thanks

Sri

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