Get issues

Get issues with paging(X-Pagination response header for next and previous links)
For additional sorting you can pass a body with these information
Sort : (+)Ascending (-)Descending followed by one of these options (Number, Priority, Status, Type, Title, CreationDate, DueDate, Zone, Phase, AssignedTo, ArchivedOn and LastChanged). Default value is -Number.
AssignedToUserId, PriorityId, StatusId


To work with QuickFilters retrieved from "IssueFilterTemplate" endpoint (/v3/hubs/{hubId}/projects/{projectId}/issuefiltertemplate), use "filters" object.

Possible values are:

filters.term
filters.description
filters.assignedToUserIds
filters.authorUserIds
filters.lastModificationAuthorUserIds
filters.issueGroups
filters.priorityIds
filters.projectPhaseIds
filters.confidentialityIds
filters.projectZoneIds
filters.statusIds
filters.disciplineIds
filters.typeIds
filters.creationDateStart
filters.creationDateEnd
filters.lastModificationDateStart
filters.lastModificationDateEnd
filters.dueDateStart
filters.dueDateEnd
filters.visibility
filters.customAttributes


e.g. GET /Web.WebAPI/v3/hubs/[HUB_ID]/projects/[PROJECT_ID]/issues

?returnCount=100
﹠filters.dueDateStart=2020-10-09
﹠filters.dueDateEnd=2021-11-09
﹠filters.customAttributes=3=1
﹠filters.customAttributes=4=custom2value



CustomAttributes, are in a different object array and you have to work with Ids

Here's a response example:

"IssueFilterTemplateProjectAttributeValues": [
{
    "ProjectAttribute": {
        "Id": 3,
        "Type": "Predefined",
        "Name": "Custom1"
    },
    "IssueFilterTemplateProjectAttributePredefinedValues": [
    {
        "ProjectAttributeValue": {
            "Id": 1,
            "Color": "#9F9F9F",
            "Name": "Valeur1"
        }
    }
    ],
    "IssueFilterTemplateProjectAttributeFreeFormValue": null
},
{
    "ProjectAttribute": {
        "Id": 4,
        "Type": "Text",
        "Name": "Custom2"
    },
    "IssueFilterTemplateProjectAttributePredefinedValues": [],
    "IssueFilterTemplateProjectAttributeFreeFormValue": {
        "Value": "custom2value"
    }
}
]


In this example we have 2 Custom attributes.

The first one is Id = 3 and the predefined value is Id = 1

For the second one, Id = 4 and the free form value = "custom2value"

Therefore, it gives:

filters.customAttributes=3=1

filters.customAttributes=4=custom2value

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