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Lists in custom Webhook body




I need some help to get lists (multi-select, checkboxes etc) in my custom webhook body using Automation For Jira using smartvalues.


I can get the values using smart values: {{issue.customfield_00000.value}}

Now I would like to use those values to format a body where I shall POST the data to another Jira instance.



"fields": {

"customfield_11111": "{{issue.customfield_00000.value}}"..............


Hope my question is pretty clear at least ;)


Thanks in advance!

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Bill Sheboy
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Dec 23, 2021

Hi @Fredrik Ivansson Flinta 

I recommend reviewing this documentation page and its examples for how to format the JSON for the different Jira field types:

To confirm your source and target data, also consider looking over this how-to article which describes finding your smart values and their structure in the JSON:

Kind regards,

Thanks @Bill Sheboy 

Managed to solve it by:

"customfield_TARGETID": {{issue.customfield_FROMID.asJsonObjectArray("value")}}

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