How can I see the associated revisions on issues.

Added by hakuna jun about 1 month ago

After I left an issue # on the comment field of the Eclipse , I can see the issue # that I left at the Eclipse from a repository menu of the Redmine. However I can not see the associated revisions information from the Issue. What should I do if I can see the associated revisions information from the Issue ?

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RE: How can I see the associated revisions on issues. - Added by Bernhard Rohloff about 1 month ago

As I understand you correctly you would like to link the revision with your issue so if you open it you can see the list of revisions made for that issue, right?

To do so, you can either setup Redmine to filter your commit messages and it links it automatically, or you can set the issue number manually in the details view of the specific changeset. There on to top you can find the section 'related issues' where you can add an issue number by clicking 'Add' on the right side.

How you get Redmine to filter your revisions is described in the wiki under RedmineSettings.
The user side of the repository module is poorly documented though.

RE: How can I see the associated revisions on issues. - Added by hakuna jun about 1 month ago

hakuna jun wrote:

After I left an issue # on the comment field of the Eclipse , I can see the issue # that I left at the Eclipse from a repository menu of the Redmine. However I can not see the associated revisions information from the Issue. What should I do if I can see the associated revisions information from the Issue ?

Thank you, but it is not solved yet.

Followings are information of Settings - Repositories.


Fetch commits automatically v
Enable WS for repository management v
Apply text formatting to commit messages v

Referencing keywords refs,references,IssueID, DEV, QA, STG
Allow issues of all the other projects to be v
referenced and fixed
Enable time logging v

Repository of XXX project shows late revisions information like below
6c48202c 2019-03-14 11:12 xxx [ #49445 ][xxx] revision info test

However, I cannot see the associated revisions information from the Issue #49445.

RE: How can I see the associated revisions on issues. - Added by Bernhard Rohloff about 1 month ago

hakuna jun wrote:

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Apply text formatting to commit messages v

Referencing keywords refs,references,IssueID, DEV, QA, STG

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Repository of XXX project shows late revisions information like below
6c48202c 2019-03-14 11:12 xxx [ #49445 ][xxx] revision info test

However, I cannot see the associated revisions information from the Issue #49445.

The problem lies in the fact that you don't used one of the referencing keywords. Redmine needs a keyword plus the issues id.

This commit should get linked properly to your issue as you set IssueID as a referencing keyword.
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6c48202c 2019-03-14 11:12 xxx [ IssueID #49445 ][xxx] revision info test

RE: How can I see the associated revisions on issues. - Added by hakuna jun 29 days ago

I fixed after I added * to Referencing keywords.

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