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How do I identify Jira API URL?

I'm trying to integrate Jira with Github, but I'm unable to determine what the Jira API URL is.    We're running Jira Server v8.20.1.  Thanks!

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Hi @Kellee Drake

I am unsure about what the exact use case for the integration is, but have you considered an out-of-the-box solution for this integration? 

I am a pre-sales engineer @ Exalate and would like to introduce you to our tool which seamlessly integrates GitHub and Jira (among other ITSM systems) bi-directionally. This not only takes the pain out of the DIY approach of integration, it provides you access to a dedicated team which is working behind the scenes to ensure that any (and all) changes are quickly integrated into our product thereby minimizing the chances of your integration ever breaking. 

Please feel free to review Exalate to see if it fits your needs or simply book a demo with us to explore your use case further.

Thanks

Syed

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Hello, @Kellee Drake ! Welcome to the Atlassian Community!

The Jira API (as described in the API documentation) is 

http://host:port/context/rest/api-name/api-version/resource-name

api-name refers to auth for authentication calls, and api for everything else

api-version can use a number (usually 2) or the keyword latest

Here's a link to the documentation: https://docs.atlassian.com/software/jira/docs/api/REST/7.6.1/ 

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