How do you get /rest/agile/1.0 endpoints with Oauth?

I've got Oauth configured. I get an 401 unauthorized when I hit the `/rest/agile/1.0` endpoints though. I can access `rest/api/latest/project` endpoints.

Am I missing something? 

Thanks

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The REST authentication method should not have any effect on this.  However if the user account that is being referenced in OAuth is only a Jira Core user or Jira Service Desk agent, and not a Jira Software user, then you technically would not have access to the agile/software endpoints in REST.

That is the only thing I can think of that would explain why you can reach the non agile endpoints, but not the agile ones.

I'd recommend checking to make sure that your account is in a group that has been granted access to JIra Software (if in Cloud or Jira 7.x or higher).   Licensing and application access explain how to do this in the web gui.

It may be something wrong with particular REST request. Could you please add more details:

  • Request type (GET/POST)
  • Full endpoint (GET /rest/agile/1.0/board for example)
  • Request example

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