Identification issue while using Custom Macro in order to send GET request to JIRA from Confluence Edited

Karim I'm New Here Jan 25, 2018
import groovyx.net.http.ContentType
import groovyx.net.http.RESTClient
import groovyx.net.http.Method

def jira = new RESTClient("http://localhost:8080");
jira.contentType = ContentType.JSON;
def resp = "null";
try
{
/* Return me all the fields == OK*/
resp = jira.get(path: "/rest/api/2/field");
"<div>"+resp.getData()+"</div>"

/* I'm not allowed to access any of the given jiraID == KO*/
resp = jira.get(path: "/rest/api/2/issue/${parameters.jiraId}");
"<div>"+resp.getData()+"</div>"

}
catch( ex ) {
"<div>Message : "+ex.response.getData()+"</div>\n"+
"<div>URL : "+jira.contentType+"</div>\n"+
"<div>Id : ${parameters.jiraId}</div>\n"+
"<div>"+resp.toString()+"</div>"
}

My JIRA instance is currently running on localhost machine (as the Confluence instance).

It works for both requests when I simply send them using the browser.

Any Clue ?

Thanks in advance

 

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