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I have a project in which I need to extract the details of Jira tickets to implement in a database and start comparing them,
I need to use the web scraping selenium python to extract the data, is it feasible?
If yes can you please provide a method so I can continue the work,
Using Selenium in Python for web scraping is definitely feasible for extracting Jira ticket details. You can navigate the website, locate the elements containing the data, and then extract and save the info to your database. When I needed data harvesting services for a similar project, I once used the guys at https://www.nannostomus.com/data-harvesting/. They did a great job, but I still prefer to try things on my own using Python whenever possible. Good luck with your project!
What happened to simply export the tickets to a flattened file structure which you can use? To be exact use the advanced issue search of Jira to export the issues.
i think this will be possible, the most easy thing will be to know each issue key. But my question is why you don't use the API ? Is more flexible and simple that selenium for me.