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Why do the worklogs appear with the author Tempo Timesheets instead of the user's name on REST API

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The TempoIO was decomissioned on 1st April 2020 , so  where do we find the Author Details  using the REST API 

 

Tks  Susanne  for the feedback ,  I am able to retrieve the Worklogs   using the REST API , however  the  Author detail information returns  - "Tempo Timesheets with the AccountId = " 557058:295406f3-a1fc-4733-b906-dd15d021bd79"  instead of the actual author details for every   transaction.  Is this a bug ? .

The rest of the worklog info from the REST API  is correct

 

 

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Hi @Darryl Frittelli

On April 1st, the Tempo Servlet was deprecated. To retrieve the worklogs including the worklog author information, you can use the Tempo REST API. 

Please take a look at https://tempo-io.github.io/tempo-api-docs for information about the REST API's that are available for Tempo Cloud.

Best regards,
Susanne Götz
Tempo team 

Tks Susanne for the feedback , I am able to retrieve the Worklogs using the REST API , however the Author detail information returns - "Tempo Timesheets with the AccountId = " 557058:295406f3-a1fc-4733-b906-dd15d021bd79" instead of the actual author details for every transaction. Is this a bug ? .

The rest of the worklog info from the REST API is correct

Hi @Darryl Frittelli ,

Can you please let me know which API you are using as this looks like you are using a JIRA REST API, not the Tempo REST API. 

To retrieve worklogs directly from the Tempo database which includes the worklog owner information, please use 

https://api.tempo.io/core/3/worklogs?...

see also https://tempo-io.github.io/tempo-api-docs/#worklogs

Best regards,
Susanne

I was accessing the jira api to see who modified that worklog, now I see "Tempo Timesheets".
How can I see who modified that worklog from the tempo api?

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