I'm trying to get a 2017 vintage application that reads JIRA worklogs and produces an import to a time registration/invoicing system, to work on a recent JIRA.
But so far I've been unsuccessful in discovering working REST API URLs. On all of the URLs I've tried, I've been getting a 200 OK response (I would have been expecting 404...) with a page saying "Oops, you've found a dead link".
Is there a way to discover the REST API of an installation?
Is the REST API disabled by default on recent JIRA installations and needs to be activated in some where in the admin UI?
The person I'm helping with getting the reporting tool up and running, believes this is a cloud JIRA (but it may possible be locally hosted...?).
Using anonymized URLs in the examples, here's what I've tried:
If you are using a Jira Cloud instance, the REST API lives under
And you can refer to this page for all the available endpoints: https://developer.atlassian.com/cloud/jira/platform/rest/v3/
Thanks for your answer. If all cloud instances end with ".atlassian.net" then I guess this is an on-prem JIRA and not a cloud JIRA.
Unfortunately I still don't know how to find the correct REST API URL. :-/
The documentation you linked to is what gave me the last two URLs over that I tried and failed (2.2 and 2.3).
The problem is: given a JIRA URL, how do I find the local part that points to the REST API.
In this case the JIRA URL is https://jira.mycompany.com/secure/Dashboard.jspa and all the REST API endpoints I've tried based on that give me the response: "Oops, you've found a dead link"
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