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Why does JSON export cap # of actions 1000?

I'm trying to export via JSON all of my team's Trello actions, but it caps the number of action results in JSON at 1000. Is there any way to fix this to get our entire action history?

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So that you don't DOS your Jira instance.  Pulling 1000 issues out of Jira is expensive and likely places unnecessary load on your system. Doing this regularly will be something your human users will feel and cause them to complain about performance.

You can pass a JQL query  via REST, which will allow you to pull only the data that you actually need out of Jira. This places much less load on Jira and saves you the need you remove the garbage that you don't want anyway.

If you must raise the amount, you can make the following change and restart Jira.

The question was about Trello JSON export, not Jira issue export.

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