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:
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
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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?
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