We have a number of calls written in Excel/VBA that we use to pull data from JIRA using its APIs. One of those calls is to download attachments from a JIRA issue. Up until last week, everything was working fine and Atlassian are indicating they made a slight change to the storage of attachments which has coincided with the problem being seen.
I can successfully download attachments from prior to last week. Attachments from last week to now, are returning a run-time error in the VBA code when doing the send.
The code I have is:
.Open "GET", ID , False
.SetRequestHeader "Content-Type", "application/json"
.SetRequestHeader "Authorization", "Basic " & sEncbase64Auth
.SetRequestHeader "Accept", "application/json"
When doing the send, I am getting a "Run-time error -2147024891 (80070005) Access is denied".
Has anyone else encountered this problem and any ideas of a solution?
Please try the following:
2. Add the following lines of code to above procedure:
.setRequestHeader "Origin", "your JIRA URL"
.setRequestHeader "X-Atlassian-Token", "nocheck"
(JIRA URL can be something like: "https://abcedJira.com:8443/")
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