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JQL Query Return The Issue History for a Given Issue

I am trying something like this to get the history of a given issue: 

https://upvate.atlassian.net/rest/api/2/search?jql=project="UC-3142" and issuehistory()

Error was expecting an operator.  What would the correct query look like?

Thanks,

Chris Mazzochi

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Beautiful.  
Thank you kindly. 
CM

Kian what about getting the change log for all issues within a project?

The following query doesn't return the change log...

https://upvate.atlassian.net/rest/api/2/project/UC?expand=changelog

Is this still from Kipfolio? There isn't an end point for just listing changes made to tickets within a project, but you can search for tickets within a project and expand the changelog still. 

 

https://upvate.atlassian.net/rest/api/2/search?jql=project%3DUC&maxResults=100&expand=changelog

This will give you up to 100 tickets within project UC and expand the changelog for each issue.

@Kian Stack -Mumo Systems- 

It works with : 

URLticket = URLJIra & "rest/api/latest/issue/" & projectName & "?xpand=changelog&fields="""

But not with  :

URLticket = URLJIra & "rest/api/2/search?jql=project=" & NumProjet & "&maxResults=100&expand=changelog"

Any thoughts ? how can I make it work using "jql" ?

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