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Identifying Plastic Changest Number when using Git Server


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Is there a way to map from the git interface back to a Plastic changeset number?

e.g. when a TeamCity build using the git provider fails, is there an easy way to identify which changeset it is pointing to?

At the moment, the best I can do is see which branch it is, then look at the changes to try to identify the corresponding changeset which makes it difficult to automate/script etc.

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HI Gavin,


I'm very sorry but so far the only way and place you can check that mapping is where you are actually placing the mapping info. For example:




The "cset.mapping.conf" file will have the cset id-SHA mapping.


We are looking forward to have a better solution, I'll update this thread once we have it.

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