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How to reindex issue without global admin permission (just local for project) using api Edited

Hello! I have a trouble with reindexing created and upated issue. After request, i just get 401 error code back nad no error messages..
I make POST requests to rest/api/2/reindex/issue?issueId=myIssueId with basic auth cred, content-type = application/json and empty body
What`s wrong?

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Elifcan Cakmak Community Leader Apr 03, 2019


401 http status code means Unauthorized. So you are trying to make a request without valid username or password or one of them is incorrect. Can you double check your credentials?


I`m sure that credentials are valid. We make others api calls using them

Elifcan Cakmak Community Leader Apr 03, 2019

What is the response text other than status code? Sometimes user needs captcha entry, etc. Also you can try using "X-Atlassian-Token": "nocheck" as header while trying to make the request. But it's certain that 401 is Unauthorized code.

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