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REST API: Customize output for issueLinks and outwardIssue/inwardIssue

When I make a REST API call for issues on a board I use:



For the issuelinks I get inwardIssues with id, key, self and fields. Is it possible to customize the data response for inwardIssues in the REST call above? I would like to get fixVersions from the inwardIssues without making one extra REST call for every inwardIssue.

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Hi @Peder Alm 

I believe the short answer is, "no".  You would need to make a second call, perhaps with /search using JQL for those linked issues and return the key and fixVersions to join the results.

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