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Exporting all entities in a JIRA Portfolio Plan using the REST API


I am trying to export all type of entities in an Atlassian JIRA Portfolio Plan using the REST API, but seems to miss the correct request parameters.

I successfully get 'Plan' properties such as "title", "planTeams", "excludedVersions", etc. for plan with ID 75 using this REST request below:

https://<local server>/rest/jpo-api/latest/plan/?ids=75  

How do I reach the entities structure for a full list of all Epics, Stories, Sub-tasks in this Portfolio plan? 

(like the one the system allows to export in the "Reports"->"Scope" Report)


Reference:  Portfolio for Jira - Public API  ; Portfolio for Jira - Team Management Public API 

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I might have found a solution, but it does not sit within Jira portfolio plan API, it's in JIRA Rest API.

First, by the query you already run on JPO, you get the id of your plan (i.e. 28 ) , then you use JQL (either in JIRA GUI or via  search API:

issuekey in issuesInPlan(28) and type=epic

which via API would be:

https://<local server>/rest/api/2/search?jql=issuekey%20in%20issuesInPlan(28)%20and%20type%3Depic

that returns all epics in your plan.



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