JQL using Java SDK

I have a JQL which I used to pull out all the JIRA tickets which are in a particular status. Now I am trying to do the same thing using Java SDK and I am not able to figure out a way to pass the JQL in the form of JSON and then parse result set JSON. Please let me know if there is any way that I can do this.

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I don't know what the SDK has to do with this.

You run some JQL, you get a response which is a list of issues.  If you're in JIRA's UI, you will see that transformed into a report of some sort, whether a list in the issue navigator, a gadget result, a JIRA report, a board, etc etc etc. 

If you mean you're using the REST API, outside JIRA's UI, then see https://developer.atlassian.com/jiradev/jira-apis/jira-rest-apis/jira-rest-api-tutorials and have a good look at the one about "query issues".

If it's something else, I'm afraid you'll need to give us more of an explanation.

Hi Nic,

Sorry if I was not clear in my question, my ask is as below.

 1. I am trying to convert the JQL in the form of JSON request and run it using REST. 
 2. I am not using the JIRA UI and trying to connect to JIRA REST api using java, this is what I meant Java SDK.

I have found what I am looking for and thanks a lot for your time and sharing the link. Its useful.

Thanks,
Irfan Ali. 

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