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Tempo Cloud API only returns current user worklogs

By calling this

It returns my current user.

I don't know if it returns the current Windows user, because in the browser, I was logged to the Atlassian website with the user who has all access.

In the previous questions, like this one:

It says to use the Tempo Servlet. However, according to .

"Tempo has deprecated the Servlet API for all of its cloud products and will decommission it on April 1, 2020"

Btw, the call works in a docker container.

How can I make it work on Windows 10 (retrieving every worklogs)? What type of login is used in background to retrieve my worklogs? 

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Hi Jessica,

the worklogs that are returned depend on the permissions of the Bearer token that you use for authentication. A personal Berar token can never have more permissions that it has in Tempo. Means when you can´t see a worklog within the UI you won´t get it from the Tempo API. 

So you should consider to get a personal Bearer token from an admin user or create/use a machine-to-machine token that overrides all permission checks. You should refer to our documentation here


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