Which makes me wonder - what is the difference between the --username and 
--submit-as options?


On Tuesday, April 28, 2015 at 11:11:13 PM UTC-7, MoonWalker wrote:
> Found it :-). Seems like --submit-as <username> will do the trick
> On Wednesday, April 29, 2015 at 3:19:39 PM UTC+10, MoonWalker wrote:
>> We are using Jenkins in our CI, and we have a job that takes care of 
>> doing some testing and if everything goes well a review will be posted in 
>> Reviewboard (2.0.15). Everything seems okay, the issue that I am facing is 
>> that I had to create a new user in RB called jenkins and the user that 
>> trigger the job is not able to modify the review because he was not the 
>> direct submitter. Is there any way to make a group capable to modify by 
>> default any review that targets the group?.  

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