When writing a JQL query, I tried "development is not empty", which didn't work, but gave me a great message, "The 'development' field requires a subscript and a property name, e.g. Development[pullrequests].all. Available subscripts are: pullrequests, commits, reviews, builds, deployments, branches."
I also found a suggestion to use development like this:
development[commits].all > 0
This certainly does yield a lot of results. Unfortunately, it gives too many, so I need to be able to refine my search better.
So a couple of questions: Most importantly, where can I find more comprehensive documentation on querying by the development field set?
Second and more specifically, how can I query to find commits linked to a certain git repository?
Hi @John Chesshir ,
Please find below documentation on on Advance searching - development reference.
Hi @John Chesshir,
Welcome to the Atlassian Community.
You can find more information about searching the development fields here, Advanced searching - development fields reference. Currently you cannot search for commits linked to a specific repository, that information is not stored in those fields. You would have to use the Bitbucket REST API to get that information out.
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