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Variable definition

Probably a stupid question, but here goes.

I'm replacing curly brackets in links with their ASCII code (Jira does not recognize URLs with curly brackets as valid).

The following works fine:

def formField = getFieldByName("Link to TDD")
String fieldValue
fieldValue = formField.getValue()
formField.setFormValue(fieldValue.replaceAll(/\/,"%7B").replaceAll(/\}/,"%7D"))

Does anyone know why I get a "Cannot find matching symbol error" for the .replaceAll method when I use the following:

def formField = getFieldByName("Link to TDD")
def fieldValue = formField.getValue()
formField.setFormValue(fieldValue.replaceAll(/\/,"%7B").replaceAll(/\}/,"%7D"))

In other words, why do I have to declare the type of the fieldValue variable and not the formField variable?

Thanks,

Jozef  

 

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