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Payload example for JSM issue

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March 13, 2024


I have a webhook that is getting JSM issue information from another project.

I am trying to find where in the mass of JSON the status is located. 

When I log {{webhookData}} in the automation, it is just a mass of JSON and it is not complete so I can't copy it out to pull apart.

Does anyone know of an example JSON payload I can look at.


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Rebekka Heilmann _viadee_
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March 13, 2024

Hi @Ste404 

check out the API documentation: The Jira Cloud platform REST API (

Interestingly enough, Status doesn't seem to be part of the return value. You could simply try out the WebRequest in the Automation action though.

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Is there a reason why you are using a WebRequest? You could use "Lookup Issues" to get any Jira issue, related or not and then access the status by {{lookupissues.first.status}}

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