How to create a jira URL to do a JQL search

Hi -

I have a script that reports linkage errors to our users. I would like to generate a URL that will bring up a page that shows all of the issues that contained an error for the user. So far I have been able to create something like the following:,AFCT-35,AFCT-34,AFCT-4,AFCT-42,AFCT-33,AFCT-61,AFCT-43,AFCT-59,AFCT-78,AFCT-56,AFCT-57,AFCT-58)

However, this just brings up the jql search page with the query entered into the text box but it does not actually initiate the search. The user has to push the "Search" button to get it to work. Worse, if a previous search was active it will bring up the search results of the previous search fooling the user into thinking the search actually worked.

How can I construct a URL that will both entered the JQL search string and actually perform the search?



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Awesome. Thanks! Are these parameters documented anywhere? I googled around for it before I posted the question but could not find anything...

Don't think so. You will see it when you run a search from History.

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