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How to get Java equivalent REST call of Curl command

Currently I have a bash program using curl:
- curl -D- -u username:password -X POST -H "Content-Type: application/json" --data '{"jql":"project = BCACXB&issuetype = 11100","startAt":0,"maxResults":0}' "http://jira.mywebsite:8080/rest/api/2/search"

However, due to security issues, we decided to use OAuth to prevent hard coded private data.

I have been following to get to step 3 where I have the access token but I would like to do equivalent of my curl command using Java and I can't seem to find any documentation about it. Is there somewhere where I could find it or have some way around it?

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Thomas Deiler Community Leader Jul 24, 2019

Dear @Elliot Kim ,

for Java you have to build the whole request on your own, when not using any SDK. You could do this for example with Apaches HTTPClient.

One page that shows some samples. You can just search the web for more examples.

So long


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