A query to search for issues. You can also specify several queries. Results for these search filters will be returned in subsequent blocks, a list of issues per each filter. For example, if you specify:
In the result xml, the first block of issues will match the search query for:me #Unresolved #Exception and, after it, all issues that match the search query for:me #Unresolved #Show-stopper.
List of fields that should be included in the result. For example, the request get /issue?with=comment&with=Priority returns a list of issues only with these specific fields in the result. Other fields will not be included in the result xml.
Maximum number of issues to get. If not provided, only 10 issues will be returned by default.
Please note that the maximum number of issues to get is also affected by the value of the Max Issues to Export parameter set on the Global Settings page of your YouTrack service. That is, if you use the max=10000 parameter in the REST API request, but the Max Issues to Export parameter of your YouTrack is limited to 5000 issues, you will not get more than 5000 issues in the response.
A number of issues to skip before getting a list of issues. For example, if you specify after=12 in the request, then in the response you will get all issues matching request but without the first twelve issues found.
Defines whether the issue description is returned as HTML or plain text.
Issue id in database
If issue was imported from JIRA, represents id, that it has in JIRA
Short name of the issue's project
Number of issue in project
Summary of the issue
Description of the issue
Time when issue was created (the number of milliseconds since January 1, 1970, 00:00:00 GMT represented by this date).
Time when issue was last updated (the number of milliseconds since January 1, 1970, 00:00:00 GMT represented by this date).
Login of the user, that was the last, who updated the issue
If the issue is resolved, shows time, when resolved state was last set to the issue (the number of milliseconds since January 1, 1970, 00:00:00 GMT represented by this date).
Login of user, who created the issue
Login of user, that voted for issue
Number of comments in issue
Number of votes for issue
User group, that has permission to read this issue; if group is not set, it means that any user has access to this issue