I'm using the Adaptavist Scriptrunner built in merge check to validate that all tickets on a pull request must show in the jql filter. The issue is if there are multiple jira tickets associated with the merge commit it will allow the merge to go through if only 1 of them matches the jql criteria. The docs says it will check all tickets so I would expect it to not be merge able unless all tickets appear in the jql. Any advise or clarification here?
The merge check will allow the merge if at least one of the Jira issue keys on the pull request exists in Jira.
Sounds like your case requires something different. Is the merge commit made before you merge the pull request or after you merge? I'm assuming before for it to be picked up by the merge commit?
Its not coming from a merge commit. We're using pull requests to control hot fixes and if a dev rolls several fixes into a single pull request it will pickup multiple jira tickets. My assumption (not clear in the docs) is that all tickets have to match up.
Is there a way to make it work this way? Would it be possible to go with a custom groovy script? If so...do you happen to have an example?
I'm also looking for an answer to this. We have the exact same issue - merge check passes if any tickets match, but we need all tickets to match.
Is there a way to write the JQL to force all tickets to match?
If not, how can we do it with a custom script? How do you list all Jira tickets associated with a PR?
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