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h1. Redmine API
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Redmine exposes some of its data through a REST API. This API provides access and basic CRUD operations (create, update, delete) for the resources described below. The API supports both "XML":http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Xml and "JSON":http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/JSON formats.
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h2. API Description
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|_.Resource                     |_.Status     |_.Notes  |_.Availability|
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|[[Rest_Issues|Issues]]         | Stable        |  | 1.0 |
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|[[Rest_Projects|Projects]]     | Stable        |   | 1.0 |
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|[[Rest_Memberships|Project Memberships]]  | Alpha | | 1.4 |
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|[[Rest_Users|Users]]           | Stable | | 1.1 |
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|[[Rest_TimeEntries|Time Entries]]           | Stable | | 1.1 |
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|[[Rest_News|News]]             | Prototype | Prototype implementation for @index@ only | 1.1 |
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|[[Rest_IssueRelations|Issue Relations]]  | Alpha | | 1.3 |
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|[[Rest_Versions|Versions]]  | Alpha | | 1.3 |
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|[[Rest_WikiPages|Wiki Pages]]  | Alpha | | 2.2 |
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|[[Rest_Queries|Queries]]  | Alpha | | 1.3 |
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|[[Rest_Attachments|Attachments]]  | Beta | Adding attachments via the API added in 1.4 | 1.3 |
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|[[Rest_IssueStatuses|Issue Statuses]]  | Alpha | Provides the list of all statuses | 1.3 |
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|[[Rest_Trackers|Trackers]]  | Alpha | Provides the list of all trackers | 1.3 |
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|[[Rest_Enumerations|Enumerations]]  | Alpha | Provides the list of issue priorities and time tracking activities | 2.2 |
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|[[Rest_IssueCategories|Issue Categories]]  | Alpha | | 1.3 |
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|[[Rest_Roles|Roles]]  | Alpha | | 1.4 |
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|[[Rest_Groups|Groups]]  | Alpha | | 2.1 |
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|[[Rest_CustomFields|Custom Fields]]  | Alpha | | 2.4 |
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|[[Rest_Search|Search]]  | Alpha | | 3.3 |
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|[[Rest_Files|Files]]  | Alpha | | 3.4 |
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Status legend:
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* Stable - feature complete, no major changes planned
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* Beta - usable for integrations with some bugs or missing minor functionality
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* Alpha - major functionality in place, needs feedback from API users and integrators
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* Prototype - very rough implementation, possible major breaking changes mid-version. *Not recommended for integration*
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* Planned - planned in a future version, depending on developer availability
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h2. General topics
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h3. Specify @Content-Type@ on @POST@/@PUT@ requests
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When creating or updating a remote element, the @Content-Type@ of the request *MUST* be specified even if the remote URL is suffixed accordingly (e.g. @POST ../issues.json@):
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* for JSON content, it must be set to @Content-Type: application/json@.
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* for XML content, to @Content-Type: application/xml@.
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h3. Authentication
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Most of the time, the API requires authentication. To enable the API-style authentication, you have to check *Enable REST API* in Administration -> Settings -> Authentication. Then, authentication can be done in 2 different ways:
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* using your regular login/password via HTTP Basic authentication.
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* using your API key which is a handy way to avoid putting a password in a script. The API key may be attached to each request in one of the following way:
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** passed in as a "key" parameter
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** passed in as a username with a random password via HTTP Basic authentication
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** passed in as a "X-Redmine-API-Key" HTTP header (added in Redmine 1.1.0)
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You can find your API key on your account page ( /my/account ) when logged in, on the right-hand pane of the default layout.
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h3. User Impersonation
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As of Redmine 2.2.0, you can impersonate user through the REST API by setting the @X-Redmine-Switch-User@ header of your API request. It must be set to a user login (eg. @X-Redmine-Switch-User: jsmith@). This only works when using the API with an administrator account, this header will be ignored when using the API with a regular user account.
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If the login specified with the @X-Redmine-Switch-User@ header does not exist or is not active, you will receive a 412 error response.
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h3. Collection resources and pagination
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The response to a GET request on a collection ressources (eg. @/issues.xml@, @/users.xml@) generally won't return all the objects available in your database. Redmine version:1.1.0 introduces a common way to query such ressources using the following parameters:
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* @offset@: the offset of the first object to retrieve
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* @limit@: the number of items to be present in the response (default is 25, maximum is 100)
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Examples:
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GET /issues.xml
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=> returns the 25 first issues
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GET /issues.xml?limit=100
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=> returns the 100 first issues
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GET /issues.xml?offset=30&limit=10
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=> returns 10 issues from the 30th
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Responses to GET requests on collection ressources provide information about the total object count available in Redmine and the offset/limit used for the response. Examples:
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GET /issues.xml
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<issues type="array" total_count="2595" limit="25" offset="0">
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</issues>
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<pre>
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GET /issues.json
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{ "issues":[...], "total_count":2595, "limit":25, "offset":0 }
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Note: if you're using a REST client that does not support such top level attributes (total_count, limit, offset), you can set the @nometa@ parameter or @X-Redmine-Nometa@ HTTP header to 1 to get responses without them. Example:
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GET /issues.xml?nometa=1
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<issues type="array">
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  ...
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</issues>
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h3. Fetching associated data
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Since of version:1.1.0, you have to explicitly specify the associations you want to be included in the query result by appending the @include@ parameter to the query url :
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Example:
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To retrieve issue journals with its description:
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GET /issues/296.xml?include=journals
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<issue>
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  <id>296</id>
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  ...
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  <journals type="array">
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  ...
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  </journals>
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</issue>
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You can also load multiple associations using a coma separated list of items.
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Example:
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GET /issues/296.xml?include=journals,changesets
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<issue>
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  <id>296</id>
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  ...
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  <journals type="array">
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  ...
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  </journals>
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  <changesets type="array">
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  ...
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  </changesets>
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</issue>
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h3. Working with custom fields
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Most of the Redmine objects support custom fields. Their values can be found in the @custom_fields@ attributes.
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XML Example:
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GET /issues/296.xml      # an issue with 2 custom fields
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<issue>
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  <id>296</id>
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  ...
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  <custom_fields type="array">
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    <custom_field name="Affected version" id="1">
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      <value>1.0.1</value>
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    </custom_field>
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    <custom_field name="Resolution" id="2">
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      <value>Fixed</value>
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    </custom_field>
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  </custom_fields>
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</issue>
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</pre>
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JSON Example:
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GET /issues/296.json      # an issue with 2 custom fields
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{"issue":
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  {
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    "id":8471,
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    ...
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    "custom_fields":
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      [
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        {"value":"1.0.1","name":"Affected version","id":1},
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        {"value":"Fixed","name":"Resolution","id":2}
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      ]
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  }
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}
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You can also set/change the values of the custom fields when creating/updating an object using the same syntax (except that the custom field name is not required).
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XML Example:
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PUT /issues/296.xml
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<issue>
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  <subject>Updating custom fields of an issue</subject>
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  <custom_fields type="array">
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    <custom_field id="1">
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      <value>1.0.2</value>
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    </custom_field>
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    <custom_field id="2">
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      <value>Invalid</value>
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    </custom_field>
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  </custom_fields>
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</issue>
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Note: the @type="array"@ attribute on @custom_fields@ XML tag is strictly required.
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JSON Example:
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PUT /issues/296.json
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{"issue":
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  {
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    "subject":"Updating custom fields of an issue",
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    ...
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    "custom_fields":
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      [
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        {"value":"1.0.2","id":1},
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        {"value":"Invalid","id":2}
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      ]
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  }
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}
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h3. Attaching files
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Support for adding attachments through the REST API is added in Redmine version:1.4.0.
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First, you need to upload each file with a POST request to @/uploads.xml@ (or @/uploads.json@). The request body should be the content of the file you want to attach and the @Content-Type@ header must be set to @application/octet-stream@ (otherwise you'll get a @406 Not Acceptable@ response). If the upload succeeds, you get a 201 response that contains a token for your uploaded file.
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Then you can use this token to attach your uploaded file to a new or an existing issue.
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+XML Example+
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First, upload your file:
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POST /uploads.xml
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Content-Type: application/octet-stream
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(request body is the file content)
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# 201 response
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<upload>
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  <token>7167.ed1ccdb093229ca1bd0b043618d88743</token>
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Then create the issue using the upload token:
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POST /issues.xml
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<issue>
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  <project_id>1</project_id>
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  <subject>Creating an issue with a uploaded file</subject>
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  <uploads type="array">
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    <upload>
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      <token>7167.ed1ccdb093229ca1bd0b043618d88743</token>
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      <filename>image.png</filename>
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      <description>An optional description here</description>
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      <content_type>image/png</content_type>
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    </upload>
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  </uploads>
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If you try to upload a file that exceeds the maximum size allowed, you get a 422 response:
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POST /uploads.xml
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(request body larger than the maximum size allowed)
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# 422 response
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<errors>
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  <error>This file cannot be uploaded because it exceeds the maximum allowed file size (1024000)</error>
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+JSON Example+
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First, upload your file:
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POST /uploads.json
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Content-Type: application/octet-stream
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(request body is the file content)
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# 201 response
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{"upload":{"token":"7167.ed1ccdb093229ca1bd0b043618d88743"}}
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Then create the issue using the upload token:
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POST /issues.json
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  "issue": {
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    "project_id": "1",
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    "subject": "Creating an issue with a uploaded file",
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    "uploads": [
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      {"token": "7167.ed1ccdb093229ca1bd0b043618d88743", "filename": "image.png", "content_type": "image/png"}
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    ]
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  }
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You can also upload multiple files (by doing multiple POST requests to @/uploads.json@), then create an issue with multiple attachments:
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POST /issues.json
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  "issue": {
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    "subject": "Creating an issue with a uploaded file",
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    "uploads": [
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      {"token": "7167.ed1ccdb093229ca1bd0b043618d88743", "filename": "image1.png", "content_type": "image/png"},
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      {"token": "7168.d595398bbb104ed3bba0eed666785cc6", "filename": "image2.png", "content_type": "image/png"}
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h3. Validation errors
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When trying to create or update an object with invalid or missing attribute parameters, you will get a @422 Unprocessable Entity@ response. That means that the object could not be created or updated. In such cases, the response body contains the corresponding error messages:
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+XML Example+:
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# Request with invalid or missing attributes
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POST /users.xml
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<user>
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  <lastname>Smith</lastname>
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  <mail>john</mail>
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# 422 response with the error messages in its body
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  <error>First name can't be blank</error>
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  <error>Email is invalid</error>
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# Request with invalid or missing attributes
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  "user":{
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    "mail":"john"
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h3. JSONP Support
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Redmine 2.1.0+ API supports "JSONP":http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/JSONP to request data from a Redmine server in a different domain (say, with JQuery). The callback can be passed using the @callback@ or @jsonp@ parameter. As of Redmine 2.3.0, JSONP support is optional and disabled by default, you can enable it by checking *Enable JSONP support* in Administration -> Settings -> Authentication.
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Example:
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GET /issues.json?callback=myHandler
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h2. API Usage in various languages/tools
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* [[Rest_api_with_ruby|Ruby]]
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* [[Rest_api_with_php|PHP]]
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* [[Rest_api_with_python|Python]]
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* [[Rest_api_with_perl|Perl]]
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* [[Rest_api_with_java|Java]]
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* [[Rest_api_with_curl|cURL]]
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* "Drupal Redmine API module, 2.x branch (currently not stable)":http://drupal.org/project/redmine
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* [[Rest_api_with_csharp|.NET]]
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* [[Rest_api_with_delphi|Delphi]]
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h2. API Change history
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This section lists changes to the existing API features only. New features of the API are listed in the [[Rest_api#API-Description|API Description]].
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h3. 2012-01-29: Multiselect custom fields (r8721, version:1.4.0)
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Custom fields with multiple values are now supported in Redmine and may be found in API responses. These custom fields have a @multiple=true attribute@ and their @value@ attribute is an array.
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Example:
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GET /issues/296.json
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  {
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    "id":8471,
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    ...
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    "custom_fields":
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        {"value":["1.0.1","1.0.2"],"multiple":true,"name":"Affected version","id":1},
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        {"value":"Fixed","name":"Resolution","id":2}
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  }
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