The Tempo Timesheets Rest API guide for 7.12 includes an API for creating new worklogs. I am unable to find an API guide for Timesheets 7.9.2 and am wondering if it supports this API as well.
Is there a Rest API guide for Tempo Timesheets 7.9.2? I was not able to find one on Tempo's support site.
the API to create new worklogs is not available in versions before 7.12. It was created in connection with the Worklog Calendar feature that was introduced in that version.
The only public API for earlier versions of Tempo Timesheets (before 7.12) is the Tempo Servlet (see https://tempoplugin.jira.com/wiki/display/TEMPO079/Tempo+Servlet+Manual ).
Is there any way, via code or import, to create new time entries in Timesheets other than manual entry via the UI?
My specific scenario is that we have a separate system that houses our PTO, but I would like to load those PTO hours as worklogs in Timesheets so my teams have visibility to all time in Tempo.
As Tempo uses the same database tables as JIRA, you might be able to import the data via CSV . This is a JIRA feature, please take a look at https://confluence.atlassian.com/jira/importing-data-from-csv-185729516.html for more information.
All worklogs that are stored in the JIRA worklogs table are displayed in the Tempo Timesheets (if the User they belong to is a Tempo User). In case you are using worklog attributes in Tempo (https://tempoplugin.jira.com/wiki/display/TEMPO079/Worklog+Attributes+Types), they will not be available in worklogs imported via CSV, as they are Tempo specific data and not included in the import.
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