Agile issue printer - HTTP Status 400 - Error in the JQL Query: Expecting ')' before the end of the query.

Hi,

I come to this page when I tries to "Print Backlog" in the Backlog Scrum page. It is after I have chosen a Card Layout.

Other notes:

It is 556 issues to print in the "Print Backlog". It goes well to "Print Sprint". I have version 2.2.1 installed. Had the same problem with version 2.2.0.

HTTP Status 400 - Error in the JQL Query: Expecting ')' before the end of the query.


type Status report

message Error in the JQL Query: Expecting ')' before the end of the query.

description The request sent by the client was syntactically incorrect.


Apache Tomcat/7.0.55

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Hi,

To print issues, GET HTTP request is sent to JIRA e.g.:

http://JIRA_HOST/jira/sr/com.flyingagile.jira.plugin.aip:search-pdf-request-view/temp/SearchRequest.pdf?jqlQuery=key+in+(SSP-1,SSP-2,SSP-3,SSP-4,SSP-5)

All issues to print are in 'jqlQuery' parameter e.g.: SSP-1, SSP-2, .., SSP-5

It looks like placing 556 issues in 'jqlQuery' exceeds maximum length of URL in JIRA.

To workaround the problem, you can limit number of issues in your Backlog or paste printing request to your web browser with modified jqlQuery e.g.:

http://JIRA_HOST/jira/sr/com.flyingagile.jira.plugin.aip:search-pdf-request-view/temp/SearchRequest.pdf?jqlQuery=http://macho:6412/jira/sr/com.flyingagile.jira.plugin.aip:search-pdf-request-view/temp/SearchRequest.pdf?jqlQuery=key<SSP-1000

Hi,

What is your JIRA version ?

Regards, FA

JIRA v6.4.12

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