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Returning a Issue Worklog as individual time entries

Hi all, 

      I'm using a middleware application to migrate issue worklogs from Jira SD to NetSuite as Time entries. I'm using a simple JQL statement to query Issue worklogs by assignee, and the JSON object I get back from the query contains an array (worklogs[ ]) with indices that contain time entries. The middleware I am using passes the worklog to downstream applications and imports the data using a NetSuite form, but the form only has one field for time entered. Once the singular time entry is mapped to the form, the record is then thrown away, so the rest of the indices in the worklog array are not processed by the application. 


        Is there a way I can query Jira's database to give time entries on an individual basis? The idea would be to return each individual time entry as its own record so the middleware can populate the form correctly.  

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