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Hi, everybody!

I can get issues updated from "startDate" to "endDate" with next rest query

https://****50.206/rest/api/2/search?jql=updated >= "2017/03/02 00:00" and updated <= "2017/03/05 02:15"

But JIRA returns only 50 issuse by default. 

If i have 400 issues, can i get issues  from "startDate" to "endDate" in parts of 50?

Query https://****50.206/rest/api/2/search?jql=updated >= "2017/03/02 00:00" and updated <= "2017/03/05 02:15" startAt=0 and maxResults=49 doesn't work

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Hi Kirill please see available topics on the subject.

You can increase the amount retrieved with REST API on Server version of JIRA.

I would most likely look at min/max keys for the projects I'm interested in retrieve a JQL result set based on that for the applicable way you want to filter time.

It works! Thank you!

No problem please accept the answer smile

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