Is there any way to execute jira JQL query from python script.

Urmimala Biswal September 25, 2016

Is it possible to execute JQL query from python script and get the result in a xml or character delimited format.

 

Regards,

Urmimala

(NagraVision)

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Jonathan Sambrook
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September 26, 2016

Yes, you can call jira's rest api it will return a JSON response.

In python you can use the os.system() function to use curl and get the jql required.

Check out this and this example.

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Mariana_Pryshliak_Saasjet
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March 2, 2021

Hello @Urmimala Biswal 

Can you clarify for which purposes you need a JQL function in Python?

I'll try to help you when I get to know it.

Best regards, Mariana

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Dougal Stephen
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from jira import JIRA

USER = 'you@yourdomain.com'
API_TOKEN ='<api token>'

options = {"server": "https://yourdomain.atlassian.net"}
jira = JIRA(options, basic_auth=(USER, API_TOKEN))

query = """

project = "MVP"
AND status = "Development done"
AND issuetype = Subtask
ORDER BY lastViewed DESC

"""

my_jql = jira.search_issues(query)

for issue in my_jql:
print (issue.key)
print (issue.fields.customfield_10233)


##############################
#projects = jira.projects()

#for project in projects:
# print (project.key)

 

# All fields on a ticket
#ticket = 'TICKET-653'
#issue = jira.issue(ticket)

#for field_name in issue.raw['fields']:
# print ("Field:", field_name, "Value:", issue.raw['fields'][field_name])

#summary = issue.fields.summary

#print('ticket: ', ticket, summary)

##############################

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Petar Petrov (Appfire)
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September 26, 2016

Yes - use the search REST API. Also, requests is a good client library which you can use in Python to execute the REST call.

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