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Receiving 400 Bad Request when assigning issue via JIRA Rest API Edited

Hello all, 

I am trying to make a PUT request for assigning an issue to a user and am running into a 400 error when doing the following:

PUT on <localhost>/rest/api/2/issue/<issue_id>

PAYLOAD: {"fields":{"assignee":{"name":"___"}}}

Alternatively, I have also tried with the following endpoint:

PUT on <localhost>/rest/api/2/issue/<issue_id>/assignee

PAYLOAD: {"name":"_____"}

And have gotten the same 400 response. 

I already have my permissions set so that any logged in user can assign issues, so not too sure what the problem is. Have been doing POST requests to update an issue's status, and to add comments - those requests work fine, I just seem to be running into this issue with assignees.  

Another strange problem is that if I make the following request:

PUT on <localhost>/rest/api/2/issue/<issue_id>/assignee

PAYLOAD:{"emailAddress":"____"}

This returns a 204, but assigns the issue to the logged in user, instead of the individual specified in the payload. 

Any help would be appreciated - thanks!

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Hello,

There must be a json returned with a detailed description of the error. Could you also provide it?

In the name field for the assignee you should provide the name of the assignee, not the display name of the assignee

Aha, that was the problem - was using the display name. Thanks! 

Hello @Caitlin Coyiuto @Alexey Matveev [cPrime] ,

I have the same problem : 400 status with an empty response when access Jira (7) rest api whith excel vba:

I don't have any error message just an empty response whith 400 status

Is it something missing in the requestHeader ?

With JiraService
.Open "GET", URLticket, False
.setRequestHeader "Accept", "application/json"
.setRequestHeader "X-Atlassian-Token", "no-check"
.setRequestHeader "Origin", URLJIra
.setRequestHeader "Content-Type", "application/json"
.setRequestHeader "Authorization", "Basic " + Base64Encode(loginJIRA + ":" + pwdJIRA)
.send " {""username"" : """ & loginJIRA & """, ""password"" : """ & pwdJIRA & """}"

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