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API search always returns 0 results

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I'm trying to get the results of a saved JQL filter via api. I've done this before in the past, so I believe I have the API call generally correct, and I get a 200 in response, but I always get this response: {"startAt":0,"maxResults":50,"total":0,"issues":[]}

There should be 39 results, that's what I see in the UI when I go to that filter. The saved query I'm passing in the JQL has 39 results. 

Here is the curl:

curl --location --request GET 'https://MY_INSTANCE_NAME_HERE/rest/api/2/search' \
--header 'Content-Type: application/json' \
--header 'Authorization: Bearer MY_TOKEN_HERE' \
--data-raw '{"jql":"filter = 10236",
"fields":["key","issuetype","status"]}'
I have tried putting the JQL in instead of calling the filter directly and I get the same results. 
I use Jira Cloud. 

2 answers

Is the token encoded in base64 as your email + api token or is it just simply your api token that's there?

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Hi @Jason Bosen ,

are u sure that the token is related to the user that see 39 issues as result?

Fabio

Positive. I've used that token to create JIRA issues and the creator shows us as the same user I'm viewing the filter with.

Please check that the filter used in your rest api call is shared with the user.

Regards,

Fabio

The filter is shared with all users in my organization. Additionally, my user created the filter and I am using my user's token. So I don't see how it could be a permission issue. 

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