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I’m running with a problem in Jira-Crucible connection and I’m afraid it’s a bug on Crucible side:
I have task in Jira with linked sources (git commits) to it via FishEye plugin
At the same place I can create code review for this task for a particular commit or for all connected plugins.
And if I’m not already logged in at Crucible this quick buttons almost useless:
Behavior with logged in user:
Created review already contains files, commits and objectives for review
Behavior with logged out user:
You should explicitly add content for review – waste of time.
Could someone help in this case? Is it really bug and how can to get around this problem ?
I have tried to reproduce this problem using FishEye 3.5.1 and JIRA 6.3.9, using only OAuth as authentication method in the Application Link configuration.
OAuth configuration from FishEye side:
OAuth configuration from JIRA side:
Please make sure that Trusted Applications and Basic Access are disabled in both sides. If there aren't any application links errors in the logs, this should work for you.
If by any chance the problem continues, the problem continues, your best option is to file a Support issue.
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