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Where can i find the Jira logs?

I am creating Jira tickets from external application by using rest api. now i need to track the no of tickets have been created in certain time period. For that i'm trying to track the jira logs. Where can i find the ticket related logs? 

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If what you need is simply to find the number of tickets created in a time period, you don't need the logs. You can just use JQL search and search for the issues. For example:

created >= "2018/05/01" AND created <= "2018/05/02"


This will show you how many issues created in that time period.




Actually i'm trying do it grammatically. That is the reason i'm looking for logs. Is there any other best way to do that? 


What do you mean "grammatically"? But since it's a cloud instance, you don't have access to Jira logs, anyways.



Sorry. I meant by "Programmatically". Not from UI

In addition you can use the dashboard gadget "Recently created chart" to visualize (and group, for example, by days or weeks)

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