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Jira rest api arrays maxsize in rest/api/latest/issue/{issueIdorKey} ? Edited

Hello, this question follows a previous one where I asked about the comment specifically.

 I'm currently trying to retrieve issue data with the rest api.  I'm the query "rest/api/latest/search?expand=changelog&fields=*all,worklog,comment,attachment", and this question is about the arrays returned in changelog and attachment.

In changelog, there is a "maxResult" field that seems to always be the same value as "total", will it always be like that or is there a cap on maxResult? 

EDIT: From testing on my side I'm pretty sure that there is indeed a cap on maxresult, although I don't know what it is.

And "attachment" is just an array without header, is there a hidden maxresult or are all attachments always returned?

 

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Unless you are only requesting the Jira Issue's id or key, maxResult will be 100. The total can be anything. Let's say the total is 1000. You will need to make 10 requests to page through the results.

BTW, if you only want the key or id, maxResult can be as high as 1000.

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