Missing suggested commits/assignees from Releases


#1

So I’ve set up steps 1 + 2 from Release docs (https://docs.sentry.io/workflow/releases/?_ga=2.127020110.2141400695.1543847712-832099344.1538425372%3F_ga&platform=python#create-deploy) , my events are tagged with releases and I can view issues per release… But I don’t see anything regarding “Suspect Commits” and “Suggested Assignees”… Is there something else I have to enable to get features?


#2

Hello? Is this a community forum or are Sentry mods supposed to be answering? Thanks.


#3

I’m having the same issue. Following the same instructions I’m successfully creating releases and associating explicit commits via the “commits” parameter (https://docs.sentry.io/api/releases/post-organization-releases/) with repository, author_name, timestamp, and message information.

curl -X POST "${SENTRY_PROJECT_RELEASE_URL}" \
	  -u ${SENTRY_API_TOKEN}: -H "Content-Type: application/json" -H "cache-control: no-cache" \
	  -d "{\"version\": \"${SENTRY_VERSION}\", \"url\": \"${RELEASE_URL}\", \"commits\": [${COMMITS}]}" -s 

But no suspect commits or suspect assignees appears for any of the issues, even when directly traceable to changes in a published release.

Any suggestions on how to troubleshoot and resolve this?