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REST API to GET ALL Updated Issues

Using >= -3d

to get update issues.  However, it only returns 50 results.  When I do a search in my instance I have 375 issues returned.

I tried adding &maxResults to my REST call but only went up to 100?

Is there any way for cloud server to user REST API to get all the issues within the JQL results?


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Hello, unfortunately you cannot bring more than 100, what you have to do is use the paging> = -3d & maxResults = 100 & startAt = 100

This allows you to bring 100 tickets in several calls, increasing the value of startAt

you can do:> = -3d &maxResults=100&startAt =100> = -3d &maxResults=100&startAt = 200> = -3d &maxResults=100&startAt = 300

Hi @thorngje 

I believe the REST API is limited to 100 records at a time maximum, and you would use the startAt parameter to iterate through them.

Best regards,


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Hi @thorngje , I agree with Bill and Juan Manuel's answers. To add some more context, there is this ticket from Atlassian that describes the issue and provides a workaround (the same that Bil and Juan Maniel shared):

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