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Is there a way (an API) to get the data of all the issues in the form of a clickable table as used in the JQL Editor? 
The endpoint used for the issuetable in JQL Editor is '/rest/issueNav/1/issueTable'. However, not able to used it otherwise. 

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Hi @Fida Zubair

mind clarifying what you mean by a clickable table? Do you mean the table/list of issues as is shown in the Issue Navigator? 

I don't think that there's a good API for that, but you can export your issue data as a CSV document and take them from there.

Yes. That's what I mean. 

Hi @Fida Zubair , 
I don't think there is such an API response that includes the actual html link to an issue. You can however generate the link yourself easily using the construct
{your-jira-base-url}/browse/{issue-key}

I want an API that would return all the existing issues in the table format

Well, the whole idea of API's is to enable you to fetch 'raw' data that you can than use to present it in a way that fits your specific purpose. 
If Atlassian would already present the data in a certain way, than it would be a lot more difficult for us data-consumers to freely use and transform the data to our liking. 

So as far as I know what you want is not available. And if I were Atlassian I wouldn't provide such an API either. No offense.. :) 

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