Missing suggested commits/assignees from Releases

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?

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

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.

	  -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?

I’m having the same issue. Any suggestions on how to further troubleshoot this issue?