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We have a use case in our project, for which the GreenHopper API <jira_url>/rest/greenhopper/1.0/rapid/charts/sprintreport?rapidViewId=<rapidViewId>&sprintId=<sprint_id> gives all the consolidated information about the completed issues, time logged, punted issues, incomplete issues etc. I was curious to know whether Atlassian has plans to deprecate this API ?
I know that the documentation is no longer maintained, but there's no concrete information on API deprecation.
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Yes, it will go away. You should move to using the Jira Software REST API as soon as possible (it's very similar as it's based on the GH stuff, but it's a lot more detailed and powerful, as it's kept up with the Software improvements)
@Nic Brough _Adaptavist_ Nic, would you be able to point me to the appropriate docs that explain how to accomplish something similar to the Greenhopper rapidView queries that Vidit mentioned using the current Jira REST API? I have looked all over and I am not seeing where I can run a REST call that will return information such as: issues completedInSprint", issues nonCompletedInSprint, issues punted from sprint. You mentioned that the current REST API is similar and more powerful than Greenhopper, but I'm struggling to see how to implement those kinds of capabilities in a straightforward way. Any help appreciated.
Greenhopper went away over a decade ago, and it never had any of the calls you suggest. Try looking for the Jira Software REST API which replaced it.
Hi @Nic Brough -Adaptavist- , i was looking for some information similar to @James Crockett and i ran into this greenhopper call: /rest/greenhopper/1.0/rapid/charts/sprintreport?rapidViewId=321&sprintId=606
The response is as the image below and it has everything i need (and i think it may help you out James)
As far as i understand this is not recommended anymore and it is for internal use only. Can i achieve the same/similar results using the proper jira rest api (specially the punted issues)?
@Nic Brough -Adaptavist-
No, Jira Software REST API is not full replacement for Greenhopper API. It does not contain this very useful API for saved filters list "/rest/greenhopper/1.0/savedfilter/list".
How can i get the list of all saved filters without Greenhopper REST API?
Hello @Evgen Kyselgov
Yep. The REST APIs are not full replacements for the Greenhopper APIs. You just have to live with that.
"How can i get the list of all saved filters without Greenhopper REST API?"
What did 'saved' infer in that old endpoint? Saved by someone? Saved somewhere? Saved for a purpose?
Or are you referring to a board's quick filters?