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Suggestions to replicate Bugs from Atlassian to local JIRA site


I was wondering if there is some documentation and an example on Replicating the Bugs reported against a particular JIRA or Confluence Server on to a self hosted instance of JIRA say


If its done through REST API, how can i do that, Please chip in all your suggestions and snippets if you think that might help me.


Use Case:

Test all of the Bugs reported on daily (filter saved on atlassian)

affectedVersion = 6.2.0 AND project = "Confluence Server" AND created >= startOfDay() 

and have them copied over to my instance so i can have as a reference.




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Please find attached PDF with basic coding (not an efficient code) but gets you started with pulling data from 


Hope this helps someone.

Check the pdf file attached on tinyupload (as there was no option for me to attach a file. Sorry for inconvenience)

For all of you, to show its not a SPAM, here is the screenshot, how it looks after clicking above hyperlink

Screen Shot 2017-06-04 at 8.35.02 PM.png


Looking forward for many more suggestions from all of you on how we can automatically pull Bug Info from and publish the desired field values on to local JIRA or Confluence to test them (if it affects our instances) on a daily basis.

Thank You



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