Documentation for Crucible 3.0.x. Documentation for other versions is available too.

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This page describes how to find and manage the Crucible reviews that relate to you.

On this page:

Deciding what needs to be reviewed

The 'Statement of Objective' is a brief description of what the review is intended to achieve. Crucible does not dictate how or what to review. It simply provides a mechanism to record comments.

Browse your reviews on the Dashboard

When you first start Crucible, the Dashboard is displayed, which shows your current reviews and other activity related to you.

Use the Dashboard to manage your reviews. Read the overview on filtering your view.

Active reviews are listed on each reviewer's dashboard under the default To Review filter. Reviews are listed under Out for Review until all reviewers indicate they are complete. The reviews then move to the To Summarize list.

Read more about using the Dashboard.

Browse all reviews on the 'Reviews' tab

All reviews that involve you in any role are listed when you click Inbox or Outbox under the Reviews menu. For example, choose Reviews > Inbox to see reviews that don't require further action from you, but are still active.

If email notifications are enabled (see SMTP settings in the FishEye documentation), reviewers will receive an email with information about the review. Click the link within the email to go directly to the review.

When files change during a review

If a file in the repository changes during a review, Crucible will visually alert you by showing the File Outdated menu, when viewing the file:

From the File Outdated menu, you can choose to view the latest revision of the updated file, or add the latest revision to the review:

Screenshot: 'File Outdated'  menu

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