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

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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