A coworker is using JIRA and git-on-Bitbucket together.
He recently made a commit, and then noticed that he forgot to include the JIRA issue number in the commit's log, so he run "git commit --amend" locally, and then "git push -f".
Then he noticed the above error on Jira, and we don't know what to do about it.
The relevant commit on bitbucket is https://bitbucket.org/ineengineering/production-configs/commits/15fee7d2aea3ab0efefcccb74572d0aef904817b; the relevant JIRA page is https://inetraining.atlassian.net/secure/admin/ConfigureDvcsOrganizations!default.jspa
You may be running into a bug in the DVCS Connector, reported here: DCON-437. Until a fix for it is implemented, the workaround is to force a full synchronization of the repository, as described in the documentation: Synchronize an account. The steps are as follows:
I'd suggest, too, that you remove the links to your Bitbucket and JIRA - this page is publicly available, and you may not want to share this data here.
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