Access Greenhopper data from Jira Rest API.

We are looking to create a custom chart based on jira/greenhopper data. We would like to access the fixVersion start/end dates. From what I've worked on so far I can use the Rest API to gain stories/epics and other data. What I can't seem to find is fixVersion data ( other than the name and type ), and or other greenhopper related data. Is there a way to access this data via the api or create a custom field in jira that would hold the greenhopper data for gathering via the rest api?

Paul Carlson.

2 answers

Hi Paul,

I do not believe that the fixVersion start/end date are exposed via REST at present. You can check the current REST endpoints for GreenHopper here:

Select GreenHopper in the plugin dropdown at the top.

Thanks Paul.

Nicholas Muldoon

I've found the WADL which looks like it will give me the information I seek, unfortunately at this point I cannot seem to find a way to easily get a c# accessor for the wadl. Every wadl to c# file I've tried fail, and if at all possible I'd like not to have to create the c# file manually. Does anyone know of a simple way to accomplish this?

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