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Access to SumUp via REST API?

I'm evaluating Epic SumUp 3.4.1 in Jira Server 7.8.1

I have some scripting I've written against the Jira REST api and would like to be able to collect some of the sum-up info - issues completed and story point data, specifically.

I mean, I could do it in script, but part of the point of the tool is to write less script.

Anybody know if this is possible? Impossible?



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Hello Ross,

Any luck on this? can we retrieve that ESU computed data using REST APIs?

No luck. Not using Epic SumUp.

Actually  I have find the way if that helps you.. 

1. I created the filter with specific columns that I want, 

2. Query filter with rest api : /rest/api/2/filter/inFilterId/columns

3. Actual Filter Results using Search (as a Post Call) : 

  • create a payload string  =
    • {  "jql":"jql from filter in step 2",
    • "startAt":0,
    • "maxResults":1000
    • "Fields":[FieldList]  }
  • Make a Post Call for Search: /rest/api/2/search

Reference here:

@David Nickell  

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