Hi! I am newbie here!
I am trying to get issues by passing some parameters using JQL.
First, I am building normal string for jql
e.g jqlExpr:::::::: project=Jira&fields=id,key,project,assignee,description,summary,status,priority,reporter,created,updated,issuetype,subtasks&maxResults=-1&assignee=abc
After encoding it with java method : #[java.net.URLEncoder.encode(flowVars.jqlExpr)]
also i am setting the encoding as 'ISO 10646/Unicode(UTF-8)'
I am passing it the request call as:
Error message i am getting :
"Error in the JQL Query: Expecting either 'OR' or 'AND' but got ','. (line 1, character 21)"
I am not able to understand what's going wrong and how can I resolve?
I appreciate your response.Thanks!
assignee=abc is part of the jql, but you've got it as a parameter being passed to the API. Try
jql=project=Jira AND assignee=abc&fields=id,key,project,assignee,description,summary,status,priority,reporter,created,updated,issuetype,subtasks&maxResults=-1
If you still get an error, try copying just the JQL bit (i.e. everything after jql= up to and excluding the first &) into a Jira query and see if there are any errors
Thanks a lot!
the best answer! it did not only just resolve the error but also helpful in a way to connect the dots here.
I tried to use JIRA's UI to search issues to know url--> concluded that it should be encoded but JIRA's UI allowed only these two Fields 'project' and 'assignee' in advanced search issue text field, wondering why it wont allow 'fields=id,key..etc'
Now i got what JQL is!
so no need to do encoding in this case!
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