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ScriptRunner REST Endpoints & Json (combining two elements into one)


I got this sample from here,

Code snippet from the url :

def repoNames = repos["items"]*."full_name" 
rt = [

repoNames.collect { String repo ->

html : repo.replaceAll(/(?i)$query/) { "<b>${it}</b>" },

"Choose repo... (${repoNames.size()} of ${repos["total_count"]} shown...)"


"id": 76954504,
      "node_id": "MDEwOlJlcG9zaXRvcnk3Njk1NDUwNA==",
      "name": "react-tetris",
      "full_name": "chvin/react-tetris",
      "private": false,
      "owner": {

As you can see it's getting the "full_name" but I want to combine let say "full_name" and "node_id".   So the output would look like "chvin/react-tetris  MDEwOlJlcG9zaXRvcnk3Njk1NDUwNA=="  Does anyone know how I can achieve this from the code?  



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This line does an implicit collection of all the "full_name" from all the items (that's what the * does).

def repoNames = repos["items"]*."full_name" 

So instead, just do your own collection:

def repoNames = repos["items"].collect{"${it."full_name"} ${it."node_id"}"} 

That work, thanks!

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