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I am trying to use scriptrunner to sync JIRA and Statuspage using the API. I am able to get this to work within Automation for Jira using the Webhook action, but I needed to add logic in for multiple components. I took the exact header and body from the working Automation for Jira step but when I try to run it in groovy I can't get past compilation. 

Here is the code:

import static
import static

def incidentsURL = ""
def http = new HTTPBuilder(incidentsURL)

return http.request(POST, JSON) { req ->
headers."Authorization" = "API_KEY"
body = [
"incident": {
"name": "{{issue.summary}}",
"status": "identified",
"metadata": {},
"deliver_notifications": true,
"body": "{{issue.description}}",
"components": {
"COMPONENTID_1": "degraded_performance",
"COMPONENTID_2": "degraded_performance"
"component_ids": [

response.success = { resp, json ->
assert resp.status == 200
log.debug("My response handler got response: ${resp.statusLine}")
return htmlText.getText()
return null

// called only for a 404 (not found) status code:
response."404" = { resp ->
log.error ("Not found")
return null

I get this error:

Compilation error(s):
script_faebee5c347ccee6da33a12299bf286d.groovy: 18: expecting '}', found ':' @ line 18, column 13.
     "incident": {


2 answers

@Mike Abbe Has it been resolved?
I actually facing a similar issue now

I don't believe I ever got this working. I ended up licensing Opsgenie and building the integration between Jira and Statuspage through there. 

0 votes

@Mike Abbe -

Hi Mike:

In your code you have component_id mentioned twice -

     "components": {
"COMPONENTID_1": "degraded_performance",
"COMPONENTID_1": "degraded_performance"

Don't know if that was the cause of your error.

Best, Joseph Chung Yin

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