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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: https://community.atlassian.com/t5/Answers-Developer-Questions/Tempo-API-how-to-get-all-worklogs-for-all-users-and-projects/qaq-p/476409
It says to use the Tempo Servlet. However, according to https://tempo-io.atlassian.net/wiki/spaces/CLOUDNEWS/pages/501907993/2019-11-19+Decommissioning+the+Servlet+API+for+Tempo+Cloud+Products .
"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?
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.