How to trigger a Crucible Code Review from SourceTree

Pardon my ignorance, still a noob trying out Crucible and SourceTree, but it seems SourceTree's Custom Actions function might be able to be used to trigger a Crucible Code Review? Is there any documentation or can anyone suggest how this can be done? TIA


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Cool. Good luck! Be sure and read all of the documentation. If you have users checking in code with one username and using Fisheye with another username, you'll need to make use of Fisheye's "User Mapping" feature to deal with those cases.

You should be able to use the Smart Commits feature in Fisheye/Crucible. It will require that your Fisheye/Crucible version support Smart Commits and that your tools admin have the feature enabled.

Ah, thanks Dave, I was mislead by the SourceTree doco so looking in the wrong place :-(. Found the documentation for Smart Commits - that should do the trick!

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