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Send web request using jira automation with all issue in request type to n8n

hello guys

I want some help please with something I'm dealing with currently!


I'm using Jira automation I want to get all the issues in Specific request type and send their info like (summary - reporter-.. etc.) to n8n 


so basically I want to send all my issues data to n8n through Jira automation in the send web request action


This is my web request action in Jira automation:


This is the result in n8n:


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Bill Sheboy
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Sep 30, 2023

Hi @jeoj 

First thing: what problem are you trying to solve by doing this?  That is, "why do this"?  Knowing that will help the community to offer better suggestions.


Until we know that...

A web request in a rule can only send issue data when there are issues.  You do not show your automation rule to confirm, and I wonder if your rule's structure is such there are no issues to send.  To get confirmation of that, please post images of your complete rule and the audit log details showing the rule execution.

Next...most of the Automation for Jira, rule actions have limits to the number of issues that can be processed at one time.  For example, triggers and branches can get at most 100 issues at a time.  After those limits, no other issues would be found/handled by the rule.  Sometimes this can be addressed by changing rule structure.

Finally, and without knowing how large your Jira site is, I could envision doing this will cause a lot of REST API traffic and impact on your Jira instance.  Have you discussed what you are doing with your Jira site admin?


Kind regards,

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