My problem is quite simple, if you use the following code:
AsynchronousJiraRestClientFactory factory = new AsynchronousJiraRestClientFactory();
JiraRestClient client = factory.createWithBasicHttpAuthentication(uri, JIRA_ADMIN_USERNAME,
Iterable<Issue> issues = searchResult.claim().getIssues();
you will get issues (all of them no matter what i did in my JIRA cloud) with a timeTracking field (getTimeTracking() method) which is always null.
I ran into this problem with an older version of the JIRA client rest api and core (2.0.0.m14), so i thought that upgrading should probably solve the problem.
But with the 3.0.0 version i got a compilation error :
So did anyone have any idea to solve one of this two problems ?
Thank you in advance.
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