It looks like the UI html syntax has changed. Now I'm unable to use a workaround to retrieve release notes. Is it possible use the JIRA API to get the release notes from fix version .
Hi @Shawn Bates
Do you know the version ID? If so, you could just do a JQL search on fixVersion=myID with
If you know more about the version, you could use the JQL functions in the query, such as
project = myProject AND fixVersion = latestReleasedVersion()
project = myProject AND fixVersion = earliestUnreleasedVersion()
Please look here for an example of calling the REST API with curl. This example is for JSM and the ideas work for Jira Cloud.
Oooh, this feature request has been around for a long time:
What was your workaround?
So the page is easy(ish) to get to:
You can certainly find the Project ID and Version via the API: https://nortekcontrol.atlassian.net/secure/ReleaseNote.jspa?projectId=11317&version=10529
But the really tricky part is getting that nicely formatted HTML out of Jira...
Back in 2014, Henri used sed to extract them:
I wonder if Selenium or the like could simulate loading that page and clicking on "Copy to clipboard":
Or, building it all up by hand from REST queries, as suggested here:
Or maybe doing it with Confluence?
Sorry I couldn't find a better answer. If you can share your workaround, maybe we could build on that.
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