How can I set fixversion using script runner cloud in the update of an issue. Edited

Hi,

I'm using ScriptRunner for JIRA cloud, while using the below snippet in my code 

def updatestatus = put('/rest/api/2/issue/' + issueKey)
.header('Content-Type', 'application/json')
.body([
"fields": [
"fixVersions": ["id" : fixVersionID ]
]
]).asObject(Object)


I'm facing the following error

PUT request to /rest/api/2/issue/PG-1810 returned an error code: status: 400 - Bad Request
body: [errorMessages:[], errors:[fixVersions:data was not an array]]

Can someone suggest what I might be doing wrong,



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I don't believe you are using the correct REST API syntax in order to update an issue in Jira with a fixversion value.   The documentation on this is in Jira Cloud REST API Reference : Edit Issue.  As such I think the native REST call should look more like this.

PUT rest/api/2/issue/{keyORissueid}

{"update":
    {"fixVersions" : [
        {"set":[
            {"name" : "My Version Name"}]
        }]
    }
}

Sorry, I'm not sure exactly how this translates for use with the Scriptrunner plugin in Jira Cloud, but I think this should help to serve as a reference you can compare against.  I would expect there to be an 'update' and 'set' parameters if scriptrunner is making REST calls to perform this kind of change.

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