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Tempo Timesheets REST API

I seem to find only old questions on this, so I'm starting a new thread.

I want to fetch all worklogs for a given Project Key. We're using Jira's cloud.

According to http://developer.tempo.io/doc/timesheets/api/rest/latest/#848933329 I should be able to access the data I want by querying http://mycompany.jira.com/rest/tempo-timesheets/3/worklogs/?projectKey=XXX however that returns a 404.

I assume this is either because of some problems with authentication or because the docs are outdated. I'm querying other "normal" Jira data just fine on the /rest/ endpoint using Basic Auth.

I would appreciate it, if someone could tell me how I need to authenticate to access the Timesheet data.

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Hi Andreas,

The API you are referring to is for the Server version of Tempo.

For the Cloud API's, please take a look at https://tempo-io.github.io/tempo-api-docs/
To retrieve worklogs within a given Project, you can use:

https://api.tempo.io/2/worklogs/project/{projectKey}

Regards,
Susanne Götz
Tempo team

It didn't occur to me that I have to ask a completely different server. It works now. Thank you.

Like james atwater likes this

For anyone struggling to make the API work :
You actually have to pass the term "Bearer " in the request. I spent two hours passing my email id.

Also you SHOULD'NT encode the API_TOKEN. Code below FYR :

 

def TEMPO_URL = "https://api.tempo.io/core/3/worklogs/issue/CTI-1";
def TEMPO_TOKEN = "yHq0o232323Rr9sdsdsS61n1IufgfggTAEOOAj4";

String basicAuth = "Bearer " + TEMPO_TOKEN;
def connection = new URL(TEMPO_URL).openConnection() as HttpURLConnection;
connection.setRequestProperty( "Authorization", basicAuth );

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