Yes I tried that. But when I ran it I am getting the following error: "Can't locate object method "get_custom_fields" via package "RemoteIssue" at test.pl line 22." I am guessing that this is because the blessed hash returned contains both custom fields ("RemoteCustomFieldValue") and non-custom fields ("RemoteIssue"), e.g. status. Applying the "get_custom_fields" method on a hash that is not a custom field seems to be the root cause of this error. Not sure if there is a way to apply that method to just the "RemoteCustomFieldValue" hashes.
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