i have a requirement of getting the issues that were changed recently in a project via rest api.having only the issue names is enough for me. i think expand changelog should do it.but it is only defined to get the history of a issue.i need something else.is this possible? if so how?
Normally you just need to use JQL to find all the issues changed within some time range. Something like:
project = xxxx and updated > -10d and updated < -3d
Use that on a rest api call or getIssueList
im sorry if i sound like a complete newbie.im using this library to query JIRA using rest api. but when i gave the above mentioned jql, it returns all the issues in the project. could you look in to and tell me how my code should be like? i used the following.
in the index.php
$query->project='REC and updated > -1h';
$queryIssue = new Jira($config);
I am also looking to get updated issues in a project..., with changelog expanded
queries I have used -->
Both queries provide output that seem to have issues that are recently updated, but are not following the updated since constraint (getting issues older than 7 days for 1st query and older than Feb 1st 2018 for the 2nd query).
I came up with the 1st query based on the scenario above --> project='REC and updated > -1h';
I came up with the 2nd query based on the documentation (as pictured below) from https://docs.atlassian.com/software/jira/docs/api/REST/7.6.1/#api/2/worklog-getIdsOfWorklogsModifiedSince
Neither of the queries are following through on the 'updated' constraint, which is very crucial for my purposes.
Any suggestions are appreciated.
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