How to use JQL


I m trying to get information about issues of a specific project (SAPBO). The project exists and there re more than ten issues related with this. My Jira user has assigneed 6 issues related SAPBO project.

I ve used all the posibilities by jql query, and i get back two responses (error or zero issues). Here i show you what i had tried and the results:

"https://<MyHOST>/rest/api/2/search?jql=project=SAPBO" Error 400

"https://<MyHOST>/rest/api/2/search?jql%3Dproject%3DSAPBO" ZERO ISSUES

"https://<MyHOST>/rest/api/2/search?project=SAPBO"ZERO ISSUES

"https://<MyHOST>/rest/api/2/search?jql=assignee=fjmystal" Error 400

"https://<MyHOST>/rest/api/2/search?jql%3dassignee%3dfjmystal" ZERO ISSUES

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I don't think your REST JQL is incorrect, I suspect it's that you are logging in as a user who doesn't have permission to see the project.

On my Jira instance I'm successfully using this syntax:


You could consider using a REST-Tool (like the Plugin "RESTclient" for Firefox") to check the syntax of your REST-calls

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