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Update Jira sub task status using angular.

Hi Team, Good Day!!.

        In Anguar I'm trying to update Jira sub task status update using transitions -  api/2/issue/JJIRAidorKEY/transitions  with POST request.  but the response gives XSRF checked failed. statusCode: 403. 

Im able to fetch Jira Data using GET request.. this is first time Im using POSt request to update  "name":"In Progress" to "Done.

  "update": {
    "subtasks": [
        "fields": {



                                                                 "name":"In Progress"




  "transition": {
    "id": "31"



Pls suggest if we you know any other approach in angular.

Your help is appreciated!!

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Amir Katz (Outseer)
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Aug 24, 2022

Not sure whether it's related, but I do know that for POST and PUT request you need to add this header:

{'Content-Type': 'application/json'}

This is in addition to the header needed in all Jira REST-API requests:

{'Accept': 'application/json'}

You can't just update the name. You must execute the transition. Even not the status category. You need to mention the new status I think. But I don't have the documentation in mind.

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