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SearchRestClient.searchJql from Jira Client 2.0.0-m2 does not return all matching issues

I am using JIRA Client 2.0.0-m2 from here with a JIRA server running v6.0.8 and the SearchRestClient.searchJql doesn't return all issues that match the given query.


When I go to our JIRA server and enter this query

"status = Open AND (\"Custom Label\" = Name OR labels = Name)"

into the advanced search, I am returned with 12 issues.

When I run this same, exact, hard-coded query in the SearchRestClient.searchJql(String) and SearchRestClient.searchJql(String, int, int) I am returned with an empty array.


I endeavored to get a new version of the JIRA client with the sources to see if that would fix the problem but the git repo (with 2.0.0-m32) is unpackageable as a dependency and there are no other sources available that are higher than 2.0.0-m2.

If there is no known solution to this problem, I'd really just like to get the 2.0.0-m19 sources with the 2.0.0-m19 client available as a dependency from you guys from here.



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Thanks for the info and for the point in the right direction. I upgraded to m31 but still did not receive the expected results. It does indeed turn out to have been a permissions issue. The user we were using the search didn't have permission to all the queues. Thanks for your help!

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