Hi Team,

    I am trying to use JQL filter while retrieving the records from JIRA, and using the following one :

https://jira-domain.com/rest/api/2/search?jql= cf[10002] is not null and cf[15407] = svc.informatica and updated<='2017-12-13 02:12' 

 

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Is there a way that I can filter on the child fields like the Comments updated date ? Please advise

 

Thanks,

Venkatesh.

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Alexey Matveev Community Champion Jan 09, 2018

Hello,

You can not search on the JSON result. You would need to write your own program.

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Just store the response in an JSON object and use the "dot" operator to fetch values of respective fields.

Hi Tarun,

    Thanks for your update. Could you please elaborate on this?

 

Thanks,

Venkatesh

Is it possible for you to send an example call, that would be of great help.

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