JIRA/Fisheye two code reviews in one commit

Hi Team:

I commited a code. And I created a Crucible code review. However, later on, I commited another code and its code review and what I see was that there are two code reviews in the new commit (the previous and the new code review). I want to unlink the old code review from that recent commit. How to? Thanks

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At a Crucible code review, you just need to edit the code review and unlink the commit that you don't want.

Click on Edit Details > Add Content > Browse Changesets. Then you can unthick the commit that you accidentaly did.

But there is one caveat: Make sure that your undersired commit files don't have a inline comment. Otherwise, Crucible won't allow you unlink the commit from the code review.

Then click Done.


Another point to mention is that each commit is linked to different JIRA issue ticket. Also, while checking the commits, I figured out that user was copying part of the repositories to another folder.


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