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Jira cloud C# and Json

Im trying to get issues from the api using c# pulling about 15 fields

when I set the maxResults at 15 the code works and I can output the json from streamreader however when I set the maxresults to 20 nothing happens and no errors any Ideas on limitations or why this would happen... Ive also tried with just one field when I do this I get 100 records but if I add in another field no results no error...

string m_BaseUrl = "https://xxx-xxx.atlassian.net/rest/api/2/search?jql=";
String endurl = "&startAt=0&maxResults=20&fields=one,two,three,four,five,set

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Warren Community Leader Jan 14, 2021

Hi @Kelly DeGroot 

That's really strange because I've been using C# and the REST API for years without an issue, returning 100 records with a lot more than 15 fields each. The number of fields should have nothing to do with what's returned, although it's sounding as if the streamreader you're using is somehow size-limited. A couple of questions / suggestions :

  1. Has this ever worked successfully before i.e. has something changed and it's now having an issue?
  2. What happens if you don't pass in maxResults and don't pass in which fields? i.e. leave your variable endurl shown above blank
  3. Try the version 3 API, so it is /rest/api/3/search
  4. Post the code here where you're actually calling the API and returning the JSON, we may be able to spot an issue

Once we're through these, there may be further ideas that get sparked.

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