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create next-gen project jira with api rest Edited


  • "name":"Atom",
  • "lead":"admin",
  • "description":"test",
  • "assigneeType":"UNASSIGNED",
  • "projectTypeKey":"software",
  • "key":"ATO",
  • "style":"next-gen"



I get this error "errorMessages":["Unrecognized field \"style\" (Class

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Hi makremhammali,

Welcome to Atlassian Community!

I’ve searched on our API documentation and didn’t find the API to create next-gen projects. Further searching, I found this documentation where it mentions that there is no API for that:

There is no public REST API available to create project-scoped entities like issue types, statuses and custom fields.

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Hi Angélica Luz,

thank you

it's possible to copy  type of ticket for example with REST API ?



I'm not sure if I understood correctly, so I would like to clarify if you want to duplicate or clone an issue using API.

Please, give us more details about what you need to achieve using API.

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