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Can you give some examples of the format of the JIRA issue that has to go in the commit message that is pushed up to Gerrit.



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If your search query is using the message:%s search predicate, then the associated JIRA issue id only needs to appear somewhere in the commit message.  For example, if the project is called GRT and you're viewing the GRT-555 issue, then a commit message like this should work:

GRT-555: This fixes the problem with the foos
More descriptive commit message, as needed.
Change-Id: I123456789abcdef...

You should be able to search for the same predicate using the search bar in the top-right corner of the Gerrit web UI, and get the same results:  message:GRT-555

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