Export filter to public RSS url

I'd like to export the issues returned from a filter to a publicly accessible RSS URL. Is that possible at all? It seems like I have to be logged in to JIRA in order to access the RSS url.

Here's an example URL:

https://sailthru.atlassian.net/sr/jira.issueviews:searchrequest-rss/12103/SearchRequest-12103.xml

I'm trying to have all the XML data pulled in my emailing platform so I can parse the content, customize the look, and send out recurring emails; the Subscription feature with JIRA is too basic for my needs.

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Hi Johnson, 

The only way to make this publicly accessible is to enable access to data without logging in, your JIRA administrator may specify the 'Browse' permission for Anyone.

***But please, be aware that this will make your data public to Anyone on the internet, this will also be indexed by Google!

Hope this clarifies things!

Cheers!

Thanks Elisa -- good to know, and thanks for the caveat. We're going to be smarter and safer and just access the data via API, so we're good here. Appreciate the quick and helpful response! I'm at Summit right now, as a first-timer, woohoo!

This is basic for what we needed. 

Try to put 

&os_username=...&os_password=...

at the end of the url , adding the values needed at the ... 

 

Take care where you use it as it exposes the credentials

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