How can I get Backlog issues with JQL and display them on my site?

This is my current JQL and should be kept:


project in ("AS", ASVOICE, AMC, BLAC, EA, WDSWS) AND ( labels=Release_note OR labels=Release_note_improvements OR labels=Release_note_bug) and status in (Done, Closed) ORDER BY fixVersion ASC

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Hi Danail,
You can use the REST API, the search method in particular. You can query the API from your site and then you can use the returned data any way you want.
Regards,
Peter

Hi Peter,

Thank you very much for your fast answer.

The Rest API is very useful, thanks.

Could you please tell me how exact to filter only Backlog issues with jql ?

The search method accepts a jql parameter so you can pass it your jql

Regards,

Peter

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