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How to send HTTP post Request via Scriptrunner Post function to receive JSON response


Hi Everyone,

 We have done the integration from jira to pager duty.

When the ticket is created in jira, Automatically it should trigger the event in the pagerduty.

While adding the scripted post function during create transition getting below errors,

The variable [body] is undeclared, [variable response is undeclared] and No such property:messages for class: java.lang.object..

the following script as follows:

import groovy.json.JsonBuilder
import groovy.transform.BaseScript

if("ZIA OPS Escalation"){

def http = new HTTPBuilder("")
def summary = issue.summary
def issueDetails = "ZIA OPS Escalation " + issue.key
def body
def issueJson = http.request(Method.POST, ContentType.JSON) {
body [ "service_key": "77011ebbefad47dd987f045636e04390","event_type": "trigger", "description": "summary", "details": "issueDetails"]
response.success = { resp, json ->
log.debug("PagerDuty Trigger Successful = " + json.messages)
response.failure = { resp, json ->
log.debug("PagerDuty Trigger Failed = " + json.messages)

1 answer

@srikanth kocherlakota , I have the same problem when tetiing HTTP b uilder in script console, it says body, response, header are undeclared .

Did you find the problem?


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