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Feature: request to add full API query support to all paginated objects

Greetings Atlassian,

 

The current query implementation is quite extensive and is a great way to write performing functionality for the lack of specific endpoints.

The documentation of mentions it supports most of the endpoints that return a paginated object

Most 2.0 API resources that return paginated collections of objects support a single, shared, generic querying language that is used to filter down a result set.

I have, however, noticed that multiple paginated endpoints do not support the query (`q=`) syntax. For example, the following endpoints will do nothing with the query syntax:

GET api.bitbucket.org/2.0/repositories/{workspace}/{slug}/deployments_config/environments/{deployment-uuid}/variables?q=secured=true

{
"page": 1,
"values": [
{
...
"secured": false
},
{
...
"secured": true
},
{
...
"secured": false
}],
...
}

 

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@Theodora BoudaleA very humble ping

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Feb 02, 2023 • edited

Hello @Sander Mol 


This site is only a forum for the use by the general public, it's not 'monitored' by Atlassian.

Google 'bitbucket cloud feature requests' to know where and how to register such ideas for Bitbucket cloud.

I have tried the embedded “Share Feedback” in our Jira environment, but do not remember getting any reaction.

At least through this medium, my requests actually go into the Jira backlog of Atlassian.

If there are better medium, please let me know (instead of letting me google something ;) )

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Feb 06, 2023

Bitbucket Cloud suggestions

There are only 1,459 suggestions ahead of yours.

@David BakkersLet us keep this post on topic…

Atlassian's open Jira board does not allow creating your own tickets any more, since quite a while already. The recommended approach for new features/improvements is to use either the “Share feedback” button in your product instance, or use the Atlassian forum:

If it’s something new, use the Give Feedback option in the help menu of our products, or start a conversation in the Atlassian Community.

This has also been confirmed by Atlassian's Support Engineer that is active on this forum.

And yes, it's ok to communicate these requests here.

Of course, as a paid user, I can also is the internal support ticket system (which might be something I will do in the future).

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