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Unable to find field "Latest Status" & Creator when using getIssueList

We are running the following CLI (version 10.5) in a batch file. We are trying to pull the fields "Latest Status" (part of Agile/Xray) and Creator (the person who created the ticket - not the Reporter).  The cli runs but does not pull back the Latest Status and Creator columns.  Are these columns not available?

"Z:\ACLI\acli.bat" prod -a getIssueList --jql "project in (TSUT,WSPT) and created >= startOfMonth(-2)" --file "z:\ACLI\getSummaryDCE.csv" --outputFormat 999 --columns (,'Key','Id','Issue','Summary','Type',"Parent id",Created,Updated,Status,Project,Assignee,"Original Estimate","Resolution Date","Epic Link",'Components',"Test Plan Status","Tests associated with a Test Plan",Priority,"Time to test issue in client test","Test Approval Status","Test Count","Test Cycle","Test Database","Test Environments","Test Execution Defects","Test Execution Status","Test Plan","Test Plan Root Folders Custom Field","Test Repository Path","Test Set Status","Test Sets association with a Test","Test Type","TestRunStatus","Tests association with a Pre-Condition","Tests association with a Test Execution","Begin Date",Labels,"Latest Status",Creator,)

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You don't say which CLI application you are using, but my first guess would be that the command is too long - the application is not reading the whole thing.

We're using the following for Data Center: 

I tested with a smaller file size, but we still don't get these fields in our results.

"Z:\ACLI\acli.bat" prod -a getIssueList --jql "project in (TSUT,WSPT) and created >= startOfMonth(-2)" --file "z:\ACLI\getSummaryDCE.csv" --outputFormat 999 --columns (,'Key','Id',"Latest Status",Creator)


I should also note I pulled a version down with no hard-coded columns and Creator and Latest Status did not show up there either.  I don't think they exist in getIssueList, so I am trying to find where they are.

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