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How to use <jira>/rest/scriptrunner-jira/latest/appaudit/workflow

Does anyone know how to use:


My understanding from a recent demo was that it would give output that could be viewed with columns like:

Workflow, Workflow Status, Transition, Type, Module, Plugin, URL

but when I try it i get page with:

null for uri: <jira>/rest/scriptrunner-jira/latest/appaudit/workflow

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Hi @Sherryl Radbil I would recommend you to raise a support ticket with on:

I'm pretty sure they will help you solve that one.
It might be some infrastructure challenge/issue.

Forget what I just said, @Sherryl Radbil lol

I just realised that you are using the SR URL.

This feature was initially released as a dark feature in SR, but now it is a stand-alone App, called Microscope

Microscope charges 10 dollars for the license, but I'm glad to give you a 100% discount voucher, considering you are an SR user.

Please reach out to me on my e-mail:

BTW, I'm ScriptRunner Product Manager

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Daniel Ebers Community Leader May 24, 2021

Hi @Sherryl Radbil

testing in my environment I was able to request the CSV - is there probably some kind of reverse proxy intercepting your connection or some other setting blocking access.

Even when I tried in unauthenticated I got back a '401' but the '404' error suggests the endpoint would not be there. Another idea could be to check if there are updates for Script Runner which could be installed but then also let Adaptavist support have a look.


Hey @Sherryl Radbil,

Have you tried replacing <jira> with the base URL of your Jira instance?

For example, if your base URL is http://localhost:8080, a .csv file should be generated when you access http://localhost:8080/rest/scriptrunner-jira/latest/appaudit/workflow

Hi Winnie,

Thank you for the response. Yes, of course I substituted <jira> for the base URL as show on the System > General Configuration.

I just didn't see fit to unnecessarily expose the exact detail.

So let's say I use something we all know about:

I also get a 404, though in this case I have no access to such data.

Does this work in your environment?



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