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Java REST API: Get more than 1000 Issues

I am trying to analyze the processes in a project and want to get all the issues in it with Java.

 

Since the maximum amount of issues that is possible to get retrieved with a JQL is 1000 I am trying to write a loop to get them all.

 

Is there a way to get the number of issues in a project as an integer value? In the JIRA GUI, I can see this value, so it must be somewhere saved. If so I can use the Java REST API to retrieve it.

 

If not I will do it with a while-loop.

2 answers

1 accepted

Found the answer I was looking for.

In the 

final SearchResult searchResult = restClient.getSearchClient().searchJql(...);

searchResult variable there is a property named total, so with a 

searchResult.getTotal()

I got the value I was looking for and will use it in a Do-While Loop.

2 votes

Hi! 

 

Yes, in the response you can see parameters, like limit, start and isLast, and total of number issues. 

You can play it by python.

e.g. 

https://github.com/atlassian-api/atlassian-python-api/blob/master/examples/jira-jql-query.py

Also, you can from your browser the result of pagination

 

hope it helps

 

Cheers,

Gonchik Tsymzhitov

Jap, thanks for the answer. 

 

I found a similar solution in Java though.

how to get more than 1000 issues through java code

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