Worklog Pagination

I'm trying to use the JIRA Cloud API to generate Excel timesheets for my people.  I can list the issue for each person with the search api, but I don't see a way to control the pagination of the worklog items within those results.  I also tried taking that list of issues and trying to get the worklog with a URL like https://{company}.atlassian.net/rest/api/2/issue/{key}/worklog.  This gives me the information I want, but the results look like they could be paginated.  I don't currently have an example with more than about 80 worklogs, so I can't be sure if the results are paginated or not.

I therefore have two questions:

  • Are the results of getting an issue's worklog in this manner actually paginated?
  • If so, how does one control the pagination?  I tried adding startAt and maxResults parameters (which work for the search api), but they didn't do anything to the worklog list.

Thanks.

 

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Volodymyr Krupach Community Champion Mar 10, 2017

worklog REST method does not support pagination and it returns all worklogs for the srlected issue.

According to the documentation, it looks like Volodymyr is right.

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