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Extract date and time when status changed using REST API

Dinesh Kannan
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Apr 10, 2023


I have been trying to extract the date and time info of the status which changed to verify using REST api. I couldn't find the valid transition/history page extraction through API. 

Please help on this issue. 

I am using CURL commands to work on the APIs.

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You can include the changelog in your request which might help. For example: `/rest/api/latest/issue/demo-1?fields=status&expand=changelog`

See: the expand property in the docs here.

This will only give you the most recent changes and it will include every field. Alternatively for all changes you can use the changelog api:

You'll need to page through the whole log looking for status changes.

Alternatively if you're just looking for issues that changed status at a particular time you could try the CHANGED operator in JQL and search for the issues like this: `status CHANGED FROM "In Progress" TO "Done" AFTER "2022-01-01"`

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