Timetracking in JSON response

Hi,

I'm using jrjc 4.0.0 to integrate to JIRA 7.1.9.

I need to extract the "originalEstimat" value from at issue found through a jql search.

However, the JSON response does not contain an object called "timetracking" as expected by the IssueJsonParser. The timeoriginalestimate attribute is on the same level as description, and the other attributes.

Is this a jrjc / JIRA 7.1.9 mismatch.

I have searched the net. I have however been unable to find any information about this change.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

1 answer

Further investigation found, that the Issue JSON structure returned using search is not the same, as the one returned get by issue key.

So in order to get this to work, I first need to search for the issues, and the afterwards retrieve each issue individually...

 

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