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Jira Align Rest API - Filter Changes using Last Modified Date


In Jira I can use filters like this "updated >= -6m" In Jira Align I want to use a similar filter in the REST API.

When I try something similar in Jira Align REST API


I get a 400 "Bad Request".

We could programatically create a string where we are using exact times.

Example: >= 2020-06-22T12:00 and <=2020-06-22T12:05

And then create code to update the time and date values every 5 mins.

UPDATE: After some more discovery, it seems that there is not a dynamic time feature for the rest APIs.  If someone does know of a solution, please do respond.

Since, we are using an ETL tool to pull the data, a single string is preferred.

I am currently reviewing this documentation:

Swagger:  /rest/align/api/docs/index.html

These REST calls are working, but I want something more dynamic:

Date between specific times

Date Between specific dates

Date greater than june 1

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Jon Fowler
Atlassian Team
Atlassian Team members are employees working across the company in a wide variety of roles.
Jun 24, 2020

Hi Kyle, 

We have not implemented now() or any date math in the service yet. For now you will have to do this in your code that puts the url together.



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