How to get time-tracking or original estimate(Efforts) data of story using c# ? Edited

Pratik I'm New Here Jan 17, 2018

Hello,

I am trying to fetch issue data using c# code.
I have installed Atlassian SDK of version 2.2.0. I am able to connect JIRA and fetch data using "GetIssuesFromJql()"  function. 

Issue data is coming fine but time-tracking or original estimate data is missing.I am not able to see such field in the issue i am receiving.

 

Could someone please help me getting mentioned issue data using c#.

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Warren Levy Community Champion Jan 17, 2018

I usually use the REST API but have just started looking at the SDK. You mention version 2.2.0 (circa 2013), whereas I have just installed (via NuGet) version 10.0.2, which is a huge leap forward. The documentation is https://bitbucket.org/farmas/atlassian.net-sdk/wiki/Home and there is mention of worklogs etc., so possibly look at this

Thanks @Warren Levy for the suggestion.
I tried using latest NuGet package but still No Luck. I am not able to get Efforts(original estimate ) data in the issue.
Could you please suggest on efforts data?

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