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Issue change history for multiple items using REST API

I am aware of getting the history for a single item using - however what should I use to get it for a number of items (for example everything changed in the last 12 months) ?

I'm trying to get the timestamp for when items started AND finished (to calculate cycle time).


Thanks in advance

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David Bakkers
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Mar 22, 2022

Hello @Nick Brown 

In short, you can't. You can only retrieve the changelog per issue, so you'll have to do a search first to find all the issues that match the criteria you want (IE those issues that were updated during some time period), then iterate through that set of issues and get the changelog for each.

Refer to this thread where the question has been discussed previously.

Thanks David - I thought that might be the case after doing some research, appreciate the link to the previous discussion :)

Hey @AlL

we were searching for a solution to exctract the full history of all issues via REST API to a Qlik Cloud project. 


Since there is no possibility, here is a ticket to implement the function. 

Ability to extract issue history of all issues via API 

Please vote. :-)


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