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Using Data3sixty to GET JIRA API jSON information

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    Paul Rasmussen

    The following works for calling JIRA REST API's:

    1. Get your Jira API Token (https://id.atlassian.com/manage/api-tokens)

    2. Base64 Encode your email address:api_token  The following example is using python. 

         Python example:

         import base64

         out1.Base64EncodedString = base64.b64encode("email:api_token".encode('utf-8'))

    3. In the HTTP Node, put the following in the header property:

         Authorization: Basic <value from step #2 above>

    4. Run the HTTP node with your URL and then connect a JSON node to read the response

    It should look like this when you are done:

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    Sam Jeffrey

    Thanks for the information.

     

    Is this the same process for the JIRA on premise implementation also?

    We are working with atlasssion JIRA which is configured on premise for our organization

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    Paul Rasmussen

    I would assume so if the API's are the same.  I do not have an on-premise implementation to test with.  Of course, the endpoint would change.  

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