Output not showing all the results that are fetched using JQL query

Hi All,

My requirement is to get all the jira tickets for a period of particular time for all jira users of our project using java code. I have used com.atlassian.jira.rest.client.api.JiraRestClient for this and it worked well but the only arises now is that all the jira tickets are not displayed only the ones that can fit in a page are displayed ie: only 50 but rest are displayed although the query is giving around 133 tickets. Please help .

Kind regards,
Kaushik

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hi Kaushnik, JIRA REST API services usually uses pagination by 50 by default. You can handle pagination. Check documentation and the section Pagination.

Martin

Hi Martin ,

Thanks for your active reply.
Can you please let me know what would be the java code to increase the default pagination .

My Code :
Promise<User> promise = client.getUserClient().getUser(JIRA_ADMIN_USERNAME);
            User user = promise.claim();

Promise<SearchResult> searchJqlPromise = client.getSearchClient().searchJql("project = Testproject)");

for (Issue issue : searchJqlPromise.claim().getIssues()) {
                System.out.println(issue.getSummary());}


Kind regards,
Kaushik

Thanks working fine

you're welcome, can you accept the answer, please?

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