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Description of worklog not displaying in JIRA Cloud API

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Since the support for JIRA Server will be discontinued, I have to move from JIRA Server to JIRA Cloud. When I call up information about a issue via the JIRA Cloud API, the description does not appear in worklogs, but "time tracking"

 

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Hi Manuel,

you will need to use the Tempo REST API as the original worklogs are stored there. The worklog entry in Jira however is always the same and will always display "time tracking" entered by the Timesheets app.

BR

Where can I find the /worklogs/{worklogId} in the issue?


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

Hi Manuel,

e.g.

https://api.tempo.io/core/3/worklogs?issue=TEST-1

 BR

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