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[Automation] Problems with accessing root data for "webhookData" from list


I am trying to setup a webhook for Git pipelines and post their status in MTeams chat. My problem happens when I iterate through list of "builds" and try to access parent value.

{{webhookData.project.web_url}} WORKS

{{webhookData.project.web_url}} DOES NOT WORK

 Is it a bug? Or am I doing something wrong?

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Hi @pavlova_iryna 

When you note this "does not work", what are you observing?  What is in the audit log for the rule?

And when you iterate over the values in a list that way, you do not repeat the top-level: just the child attributes.  For example (and I have not tested this as I do not know the response data structure):


You may want to log all of the webhookData to see what the structure actually contains.

Kind regards,

Hi @Bill Sheboy ,

The structure is definitely correct. I additionally verified it with the "Log" action.

Your example references an element in list iteration, which should be with the full name as:


 But I need precisely a property one level upper.

What I was describing was when you use a list iterator with smart values, only the child attributes (smart values) are referenced.  Please see this documentation for examples with issue fields:

You note the structure is correct, so if the iterator is not working I suggest working with your site admin to submit a ticket to Atlassian support for assistance.  Your team can do that if you are are on a paid license of Jira:

Ah, I see it now. Thanks a lot for the clarification!

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