Sure thing! Bitbucket has a full REST API. You want the issues resource. Here's an example URI that pulls all of the new issues from the stash-archive repository under the atlassian account:
You might find the Bitbucket REST API browser useful to experiment with Bitbucket's REST API.
Though looking at this a bit harder and figuring out how to get my issues list down - the data structure is pretty hard to figure out - can you tell me where the data definition is?
Also how to show all status is new or open ? I can request status=new and status=open, but not both ..
Hi again Bret,
There's some more information on the data structures used in the issues response here:
If you want to query for multiple statuses, you can just append multiple query parameters, i.e. ?status=new&status=open
For example, here's the same URL from my previous example with both new and open issues being returned:
Well I guess thats an answer, but to do anything with this data I need to write code to get it to a state I can build a report with it, as opposed to copy and paste from the web page into excel with some massaging...
For the moment I think I'll stick with the copy paste method.
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