Glad that's all it was! That makes a lot more sense :)
Christian Hammond - chip...@chipx86.com
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On Thu, Sep 2, 2010 at 9:29 AM, RShelley <12gaugeme...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Gah! Ok... I found the problem, and it's pretty silly on my part. The
> account I was posting/publishing the review requests from did not have
> an email address. Problem solved.
> On Sep 2, 9:20 am, RShelley <12gaugeme...@gmail.com> wrote:
> > I have narrowed this down further.
> > I created a "service" account in Reviewboard for post-review to create
> > Review Requests via the webapi. That service account is conveniently
> > called "post-review." If I create a Review Request from post-review
> > (the CLI) and NOT publish it, then go to RB, login as "post-review"
> > and execute the webapi URL to publish the Review Request, it will be
> > published but emails will NOT be sent out. However, if I create the
> > Review Request from the CLI and not publish it (same as before), then
> > login to RB as MY account (not "post-review") and execute the webapi
> > call to publish, the emails ARE sent out. This is curious because
> > I've tried setting "post-review" as a Superuser, and still no emails
> > were sent.
> > Any ideas?
> > -Ryan
> > On Sep 1, 6:31 pm, RShelley <12gaugeme...@gmail.com> wrote:
> > > This has me pretty baffled. I wrote a Java API awhile ago to publish
> > > a review request, among other things. The API does in fact publish
> > > the request (it's visible to users, and is no longer in draft mode),
> > > however, emails are not being sent to the groups and reviewers on the
> > > request. If I post a Review to a Review Request, the emails send just
> > > fine.
> > > The strange thing is, if I use the "--publish" command of post-review,
> > > it works fine and emails are sent. I looked at the source code for
> > > post-review and the webapi URL in there is the same as what I'm using
> > > ("/api/json/reviewrequests/<ID>/publish/", POST, no fields). If I put
> > > the publish URL into my browser and do it, it also works. I double
> > > checked that my "publish" call is a POST, and that I am logging in via
> > > the webapi (I imagine the publish would fail if I wasn't). I looked
> > > at the source for reviewboard itself, and there's nothing I can see
> > > out of the ordinary for sending the emails. The account I'm
> > > publishing with I've even set to superuser just in case there was a
> > > permission issue, and that didn't solve it either. I have also
> > > verified that the groups/reviewers are added BEFORE the publish call
> > > is made. If I leave it as is, published, and re-run it to republish
> > > it, emails are still never sent out to the groups and reviewers (so I
> > > don't think it's something to do with things not being saved timely
> > > enough) - and in fact, the Review Request will be updated and
> > > republished with the diffs from the original publish (sans emails).
> > > The RB logs show no errors. Frustratingly, this was working until a
> > > recent power outage had us restart all our servers... and that really
> > > makes no sense.
> > > I'm at a loss at this point. I'm not sure what to try next or where
> > > to look. Anyone have any ideas?
> > > We're on RB 1.5
> > > Thanks!
> > > -Ryan
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