Possible to export issues in charges like 1..100, 101..200, 201..300, etc.?

The URL parameter tempMax=1000 limits the number of downloaded issues even though the query provided more issues than that limit. If the downloaded format is XML, the following node shows the expected result: <issue start="0" end="1000" total="3927"/>.

Is it possible to specify the "start" and "end" attribute as an URL parameter?
Like "...&tempMax=1000&start=1000&end=2000"? This would enable the user to download charges of larger numbers of issues.

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The parameter I was looking for is: pager/start. So the example from above would be:

https://sso.xxx.de/bctbt/sr/jira.issueviews:searchrequest-xml/temp/SearchRequest.xml?jqlQuery=project+in+%28xxx%2C+yyy%29&amp;tempMax=100&amp;pager/start=200

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Timothy Chin Community Champion Apr 30, 2014

JIRA's REST API for the seach has a startAt (https://docs.atlassian.com/software/jira/docs/api/REST/latest/#d2e5003) which is what you are looking for.

Hi Timothy, thanks for your answer. And yes, that is the parameter I'm looking for. I didn't play around with the REST API yet, but probably have to, since the parameter seems to be not available as URL parameter like in

https://sso.xxx.de/bctbt/sr/jira.issueviews:searchrequest-xml/temp/SearchRequest.xml?jqlQuery=project+in+%28xxx%2C+yyy%29&amp;tempMax=100&amp;startAt=50

Or is it only named differently?

Regards Svante

Timothy Chin Community Champion Apr 30, 2014

You'll have to look at the underlying servlet for that.

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