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Can we get the Aggregate data value via REST api

Hi guys , according to : https://jamieechlin.atlassian.net/wiki/spaces/GRV/pages/33030163/Scripted+JQL+Functions#ScriptedJQLFunctions-AggregateExpressions 

When we search issue , we can use the Aggregate Function which will give us a lot of information like list of reporter, assignee, amount time on issue ,....

By using the function on the issue search box , i am able to see the result , however , i wonder is there any rest api to get the json result of this . Because i need to auto get the result string and develop something more for my JIRA plugins2

If cannot , anyone has any idea to get the data. Maybe web scrapping using javascript ( never do this before , i did web scapping by python but never javascript)

Thanks

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JamieA Rising Star Sep 26, 2017

You can make a GET with the full query, eg:

<jira>/rest/scriptrunner-jira/latest/jqlfunctions/aggregateResult?jql=project+%3D+SRJIRA+and+issueFunction++in+aggregateExpression(%22originalEstimate.sum()%22)

You just need to url-encode the jql query as shown above. You can see this if you view the network tab of your browser dev tools.

OMG thank you man , this is the answer i am looking for the whole time 

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