I am having a jira server of version 7.3.3 and there are 13008 users in it. I am fetching the users using the rest api "/rest/api/latest/user/search?username=." in paginated format fetching 200 records at a time.
After getting 1000 records, jira is not returning any records further. So can you tell me why jira does not return more than 1000 users? And how can I retrieve all my users using jira rest api?
You can use a workaround below:
1. Get all users
2. Filter only unique users
Even if I use the above rest api and my system has more than 1000 users starting with the character "a", as soon as my startAt parameter reaches to 1000, I do not get further users from Jira.
My rest api where I try to fetch more than 1000 users starting with character "a" the rest api looks something like this "/rest/api/latest/user/search?startAt=1000&maxResults=200&username=a". This return me an empty list.
My Jira server has 1115 Jira users starting with "a".
The very fact that this answer is probably the only correct answer gives me cancer.
I thought I would be slick and try rest/api/2/user/search?username=.&includeInactive=false&maxResults=1000&startAt=999
Yeah, that returns one user.
I mean, I guess I can see where they are more GUI oriented... but wow. All of their other startAt works as intended...
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