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How to validate if the connection is ok using Atlassian.net / C# Edited

I installed Atlassian.NET (10.5.0). I have a few questions.

When the URL has the https, it throws me an error, so i'm using http

- How to validate that the connection is ok?

- When run the LINQ query, always returns 0, how come? 

I'm including my code here:

var jira = Jira.CreateRestClient("http://xxx.atlassian.net", "username", "password");

var jiraissues = from i in jira.Issues.Queryable
                                  select i;

Console.WriteLine(jiraissues.Count());

2 answers

Does anyone has an answer ? I'm new on this and even when I'm not getting any error, it always returns 0 values, no matters if it is an Project List, Issues Types or Issues in general. I checked my credentials and all seems to be ok 

URGENT

string url = "http://xxx.atlassian.net";
string username = "myLoginID";
string password = "myPassword";

var settings = new JiraRestClientSettings()
{
EnableRequestTrace = true
};

var jira = Jira.CreateRestClient(url, username, password, settings);


var jiraprojects = jira.Projects.GetProjectsAsync().Result;

foreach (var project in jiraprojects) //jiraprojects count is always 0 :(
{
Console.WriteLine(project.Name);
Console.WriteLine(project.Key);
Console.WriteLine(project.Id);
}

Hello,

I am getting the same issue. How have you solved it?

Thank in advanced.

Hello,

I found the issue. for anyone running into this problem, the password should be a token.

Generate the token here :

https://id.atlassian.com/manage/api-tokens

And then passed it the function like:

 

var jira = Jira.CreateRestClient(url, username, Token, settings);

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