Only some commits (from Fisheye/SVN) are shown in Jira

We are using Fisheye(3.5.1), JIRA(6.3.1) (and Confluence, Bamboo and Crowd) for several years now.
Out of a sudden the summary on a ticket in Jira doesn't show the correct number of commits (reported by fisheye). On some of the new tickets there are no commits at all.
I only realized that because one of our tickets showed no commits but a build on our bamboo server.
On Fisheye and Bamboo the links to the jira ticket are correctly rendered.

I already tried several things:

  • rebuilding the application link from jira/Fisheye
  • Changing authentification method (Trusted Application / OAuth)
  • Rebuilding caches (Fisheye repository cache and jira too)
  • restarting servers
  • quering the Fisheye REST server

When I queried fisheye by REST it only showed 2 commits for my ticket, but when i search in Fisheye for Commits it shows correctly 23 commits. The Query url was:
http://<server:port>/rest/remote-link-aggregation/latest/aggregation?globalId=<TicketID> (Got that from the fisheye log)

Can you please help me narrowing down the problem

Regards,
Andreas Schaek

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Hi Andreas,

I've been able to reproduce the issue that you've reported and I've created a corresponding issue for our development team to track:

https://jira.atlassian.com/browse/JRA-45647

I suggest you to leave a comment there describing your use-case the more detailed the possible. This will help our development team to build a solution that meets better your needs. You can also add it to your watch list in order to be notified on its progress.

Please see the document below for more information on Atlassian's bug fixing policy:

http://confluence.atlassian.com/display/Support/Atlassian+Bug+Fixing+Policy

Kind regards,
Felipe Kraemer

Ok this must be a problem with parsing the commit message. When i put a minus (for wiki rendering) in front of the Ticket number then it wont be found:

- HW-1010 - This is a test

As soon as I remove the minus the parser finds the message and I can query it with the REST URL.

Where can I find details about how to format the commit message?

Thanks a lot for your comment, I'll add that bug to my watch list.

 

Regards,

Andreas Schaek

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Hi Andreas,

Please allow me to ask you to mark my answer as accepted in order to have it in the top of the thread, also helping other customers.

Thanks in advance!

Kind regards,
Felipe Kraemer

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