Hello Kunal,

I encountered the same problem in my company and at the moment we
didn't have a good solution.
There is the possibility to pass all relevant files as an command line
argument to the post_review script.
But this is a manual process and could produce faulty reviews. The
other problem is, that not every developer likes to work with an
command line.

~ Bernd

On Feb 19, 12:14 pm, KunalG <kunal.gosw...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Ok, we will try to manage with that. Also let me know if it is
> possible to handle a scenario where we have only 3 files from a folder
> out of 5 related to a bug, because other 2 files may be from different
> bug. And so we can upload only 3 files for this bug. When we call
> post_review for Subversion from a folder, it uploads all the files
> from that folder, whereas we wish to upload only few files.
> Thanks,
> Kunal
> On Feb 19, 6:43 am, David Trowbridge <trowb...@gmail.com> wrote:
> > There's no automatic method right now. You might be able to write a
> > script that uses the django shell capabilities to create the groups.
> > -David
> > 2009/2/17 KunalG <kunal.gosw...@gmail.com>:
> > > Hi,
> > > We are setting up review board in our company and found one feature
> > > which we need.
> > > We use LDAP authentication for login. So after a request is created by
> > > user A and A wants to add a review group to the request. But this user
> > > group needs to be created in Review Board. Is there any way we can add
> > > directly our mailer group IDs directly under the groups just like
> > > adding "reviewb...@googlegroups.com" in the request. If I try to enter
> > > directly the group email ID it is not added.
> > > Is there any way this could be achieved
> > > TIA,
> > > Kunal
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