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  2. JENKINS-41102

Job "Changes" do not match "Filter for Poll SCM"

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      The "Changes" list on my Jenkins jobs (and corresponding emails) using the AccuRev plugin do not match the change detection of the job's "Filter for Poll SCM". Promotes to only the specified sub-folder defined in "Filter for Poll SCM" are correctly identified and kick-off the job, but the "Changes" list for the job that gets kicked-off are all changes for the entire stream since the job last ran, not just the changes for the sub-folder specified in "Filter for Poll SCM".

      My stream contains many sub-folders for each "package", and a Jenkins job exists for each "package" sub-folder. With the current behavior, irrelevant change-sets are being sent in job notification emails and developers not involved with the changes of a specific "package" job are being notified about success and failures even though they didn't promote changes to said "package". Is there anyway to make the job "Changes" list match on the changes based on "Filter for Poll SCM"? Thanks!

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            mitorez Timothy Williams added a comment - - edited

            I have not tested this yet, but is this issue resolved by the following bold release note text? Thanks.

            Version 0.7.16 (05/15/2018) - Micro Focus Contributed

            • It is now possible to enable / disable the AccuRev plugin from interacting with the AccuRev server. This is useful when the AccuRev stream hierarchy is being reworked and you don’t want Jenkins building while this activity is underway.
            • Fixed problem with Jenkins reporting "No port number specified for connecting to server" error, when using AccuRev 7.1 or higher.
            • Jenkins now correctly works with the "Filter for Poll SCM" option.
            • Jenkins user can now validate the connection of configured AccuRev server , using "Test Connection" option.
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            mitorez Timothy Williams added a comment - - edited I have not tested this yet, but is this issue resolved by the following bold release note text ? Thanks. Version 0.7.16 (05/15/2018) - Micro Focus Contributed It is now possible to enable / disable the AccuRev plugin from interacting with the AccuRev server. This is useful when the AccuRev stream hierarchy is being reworked and you don’t want Jenkins building while this activity is underway. Fixed problem with Jenkins reporting "No port number specified for connecting to server" error, when using AccuRev 7.1 or higher. Jenkins now correctly works with the "Filter for Poll SCM" option. Jenkins user can now validate the connection of configured AccuRev server , using "Test Connection" option.
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            mitorez Timothy Williams added a comment -

            AccuRev plugin 0.7.16 did not fix this issue.

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            mitorez Timothy Williams added a comment - AccuRev plugin 0.7.16 did not fix this issue.
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            mitorez Timothy Williams added a comment -

            Changed Priority because this issue prevents accurate reporting of source code changes from an AccuRev promote so we are unable to use our automated issue updater plugin for JIRA. Thanks.

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            mitorez Timothy Williams added a comment - Changed Priority because this issue prevents accurate reporting of source code changes from an AccuRev promote so we are unable to use our automated issue updater plugin for JIRA. Thanks.
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            mitorez Timothy Williams added a comment -

            Is there anyway someone from Micro Focus could look into and correct this issue? It really makes it impossible to accurately and programmatically update JIRAs during the build process when the changes for a sub-folder filtered build job show all changes in the stream (regardless of sub-folder) since the last run of the job.

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            mitorez Timothy Williams added a comment - Is there anyway someone from Micro Focus could look into and correct this issue? It really makes it impossible to accurately and programmatically update JIRAs during the build process when the changes for a sub-folder filtered build job show all changes in the stream (regardless of sub-folder) since the last run of the job.
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            mitorez Timothy Williams added a comment - - edited

            2018-10-15 update:
            Micro Focus internal defect RPI #1115588

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            mitorez Timothy Williams added a comment - - edited 2018-10-15 update: Micro Focus internal defect RPI #1115588

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