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Field 'fields' does not exist or you do not have permission to view it.


Hi , I am trying to get particular feilds from REST API . when i try from POSTMAN following query it works fine 


https://XXX/rest/api/latest/search?jql=resolution=Unresolved&fields=summary&order by updated DESC


but when i call from my application it says " Field 'fields' does not exist or you do not have permission to view it."

 Note :- In both the cases i am using same userid/password for authentication 

Any help on this ? 

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Ok, that call is working absolutely fine for me as well, with all three methods I tend to use for REST calls.

I think you'll need to look closely at what your application is doing when it makes the call, because it clearly is not sending the valid data my calls are, or the ones you are using in Postman.

i tried with 


this also is erring out 

Are you referring to like this 


https://xxxxxx/rest/api/latest/search?jql=resolution=Unresolved&order by updated DESC&fields=summary

Sorry, could not understand could you please give an example here 

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You've structured the call as <part of query><field list><part of query>.  Try putting the whole JQL part in one go, followed by the fields.

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