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Advanced Roadmaps REST API

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I use the REST API to create issues on JIRA. But now I need to work with 'Advanced Roadmap' as well.

Specifically, I need to create a plan and add some issues in this plan. Documentation is a bit poor. Are there REST API to do this ?

 

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Hi @Marcello

Unfortunately Advanced Roadmaps for Jira Cloud doesn't currently have a public REST API. There is a feature request here which you can vote on and track any potential updates on this though.

Sorry this isn't quite the answer you're looking for! Feel free to reach out if there's anything else we can help with.

Cheers,

Daniel

can anyone help me?

Danno Community Leader Jun 28, 2022

You do not need to use the REST API at all. You'll need to have a project available but all you need to do is import issues or just start creating them in the plan. Once you've created the issues you need to start with, you update the project right from the plan using the Review Issues button at the upper right. That allows you to review all of the changes before committing them to the project. JIRA will create the issues in the project for you.

Like Curt Holley likes this

i know how roadmap works, and i always use it through the gui. now i need to create plans via my python backend, automatically.

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