What determines what show up in the "Commits in this branch" panel?

Some users are asking what determines the commits displayed in the Commits in this branch section? For example, why does the following screenshot say No commits were detected in this branch ?

The commits displayed are the net new commits that exist in the current branch that do not exists in the next downstream branch. In this example, the feature-alpha branch is in sync with the int branch (the next environment), therefore there are no new commits to display.

How can I check that the webhooks for pipelines are configured?

Gearset's pipeline functionality relies on webhooks for your git provider to communicate to Gearset and trigger jobs. You can check if the webhook of the CI jobs in the pipeline have been setup.

Additionally you can verify the set up in your git provider

The individual webhooks that git sends to Gearset should also show up here in the Recent Deliveries section. If you are troubleshooting why a job hasn't triggered, checking if the webhook has been send by the git provider is the first place to start. If the webhook has been sent, please give the Gearset support team the timestamp of that webhook for us to help you find out what happened after the webhook was recieved.

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