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Accessing a JsonArray syntax?

I'm trying to access information from a JsonAray, but I think I'm getting the syntax wrong. I'm using automation to post as a comment to the ticket just to try to see what values I'm actually processing.

If I call

{{webResponse.body.results.version.number.asJsonArray}}

 then I'll get

[1,1,14]

But I can't actually access that as an array. No matter what I have done, I haven't been able to successfully access any elements of that array individually. I would have expected

{{webResponse.body.results.version.number.asJsonArray[0]}}

to work, but that gets me no response. What's the syntax I should be using?

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I ended up getting this to work; I had overcomplicated it. What worked was:

 

webResponse.body.results.version.number.get(2)
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Darryl Lee Community Leader Feb 08, 2022

I think you need to use the list.get(index) operator:

{{webResponse.body.results.version.number.asJsonArray.get(0)}}

Source: Jira smart values - lists 

That still returns nothing for me.

Darryl Lee Community Leader Feb 08, 2022

Hrm, how about:

{{webResponse.body.results.version.number.asJsonArray.first}}

or

{{webResponse.body.results.version.number.asJsonArray.last}}

?

Nothing for that, either :(

Darryl Lee Community Leader Feb 08, 2022

Now I'm just throwing out ideas, but what if you use:

{{webResponse.body.results.version.number.asJsonStringArray.first}}

?

Sorry, haven't had time to try this until today. Still nothing, though =/

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