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Automation - how to asJsonString quote a section?

In some previous steps, I perform a web request to Jira's API. The data I get back is okay.

{{#webhookResponse.body.issues}} | {{key}} | {{fields.summary}} | {{fields.customfield_12930}} | {{/}}

Now I want to provide this to a PUT to update a field:

{
"fields" : {
"description" : {{#webhookResponse.body.issues}} | {{key}} | {{fields.summary}} | {{fields.customfield_12930}} | {{/}}
}
}

 I need to asJSONString quote the {{#webhookResponse.body.issues}}...{{/}} section as wrapping in "" would break if the content includes quotes.

Neither {{#webhookResponse.body.issues.asJsonString}} or {{#webhookResponse.body.issues}}...{{/webhookResponse.body.issues.asJsonString}} works.

So how do I wrap {{#webhookResponse.body.issues}} in asJsonString?

This seems like an easy question... not sure why it's eluding me!

1 answer

To answer my own question, I believe it's possible to do this with list.join("\n").asJsonString

Jira smart values - lists | Cloud automation Cloud | Atlassian Support

I'll update when I get a chance.

 

bmccoy Atlassian Team Aug 22, 2022

Hi!

Another option might be to use the Create Variable action.  Use that to build up the description text and then in the payload you can just treat it as a plain string e.g. {{newDescription.jsonEncode}}.

Also not sure if you are using the "Additional fields" on the edit issue action or sending a new web request, but if you are using the edit issue action you can just use the built-in description fields instead and it should handle all of that for you.

Cheers,
Brydie

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