I have a form on a confluence page that gets some information from a user and creates an issue on a JIRA server using REST API . I tried all of the things I could find online and still I cant get what I want. Here is all the things I've tried so far:
1. Directly submitting data as JSON using a POST request using simple Authentication:
2. Using Confluence's API and JIRA's application ID to post requests: (this only works for GET requests)
3. Using ANOTHER Confluence's API and JIRA's application ID to post requests:
Note: Json must be an array of issues.
"Field 'duedate' cannot be set. It is not on the appropriate screen, or unknown."
"Field 'assignee' cannot be set. It is not on the appropriate screen, or unknown."
I deleted these 2 fields from my JSON and I could sucessfully create an issue. BUT these 2 fields are very important and I need them,
after some investigation, I realized that a normal JIRA user cannot set these 2 fields on the jira web interface. (eventhough the same user could set them using the 1st solution from above). I do not want to and cannot get users higher rights.
So can anyone please help me with this problem?
REST respects the issue setup for the users, so you're not going to get anywhere unless you either stop sending due date and assignee, or you enable the users to set them in the UI.
On point 1, where you could set them, it wasn't using the same user.
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