Regression in REST API ISSUES GET
In previos redmine version i've used rest api to sync with our ERP/CRM system for further analisis
To get only updated issues we used uri like this
Where "2016-09-07T06:12:07Z" is a timestamp of the last sync issue
After 3.3 update this GET request returns issues that were update before this date
I've tried this request with various dates and came across to the conclusion, that when i use only "2016-09-07" i get the correct result, but when i add time - i get strange set of issues
I've also checked the Rest_Issues, but i did not see any changes
Please help to understand what is whong in this request (it worked well for a long time before the 3.3 update) or fix the problem if it is a bug
Updated by Toshi MARUYAMA over 7 years ago
- Status changed from New to Needs feedback
- Priority changed from Urgent to Normal
Please see submissions.
Updated by Wadim Incognito over 7 years ago
Our's environment is:
Environment: Redmine version 3.3.0.stable Ruby version 2.1.2-p95 (2014-05-08) [x86_64-linux] Rails version 4.2.6 Environment production Database adapter Mysql2 SCM: Subversion 1.6.11 Git 1.7.1 Filesystem Redmine plugins: a_common_libs 2.2.0 ajax_counters 1.4.0 clear_plan 2.2.0 global_roles 2.1.0 luxury_buttons 3.7.5 redmine_favorite_projects 2.0.2 redmine_issue_tabs 1.1.1 redmine_my_page 0.1.9 unread_issues 2.1.0 usability 2.1.3
Should we provide anything more ?
And what about your's point to test ? Do you want, that we shall run it ?