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URL to view the issue using the issue id Edited

I want to view the issue using the unique issue id.
I tried this link : https://hackerrank.atlassian.net/secure/ViewIssue.jspa?id=24989 

But this link doesn't work.
I want the unique link of an issue that does not change when the issue is moved to another project.

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It's <base url>/browse/Issuekey - the issue ID is not really for humans and isn't exposed in the urls.

This is the unique link for an issue based on issue-id :
https://jira.atlassian.com/rest/api/2/issue/769698

I want the URL that is not a REST API link.

There isn't one.

Is there any unique link of an issue that does not change when the issue is moved to another project?

Yes, the original issue key as created.  Jira retains the information that you moved it and takes people landing there to the new issue.

If, for example, you create ABC-123, the url is <jira base>/browse/ABC-123 .  You move it to project DEF and it gets numbered 456.  <jira base>/browse/DEF-456 is the new direct url for it, but landing on <jira base>/browse/ABC-123 will take you to <jira base>/browse/DEF-456 as well.

Like Stuart Forrest likes this

Thank you..!! This works for me.

Sorted it for me too. thanks

<base url>/issues/?jql=id=<issue ID> should work (as of June 2019)

example:

https://example.atlassian.net/issues/?jql=id=123456

I don't think so since the question is about using the "issue ID" not the "issue key" as the original answer said.

Like Oleksandr Medvid likes this

Thanks to @long nguyen, I solved an issue where I only have stored "issue ID" 

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