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Receiving error when trying to use jira.create_issue


I'm trying to make an API call to JIRAs API to create a new issue. I followed the instructions in documentation and created jira_client to call the API to create_issue; however, I am receiving a very vague error just indicating an HTTP Cleint Error.

There's no username used from what I know or required in test environment I'm running on.

Does anyone know what could possibly cause these errors or a way to troubleshoot to determine the cause?

HTTPError: 400 Client Error: for url: https://jira.<domain_name>.com/jiradp/rest/api/2/issue?updateHistory=false

Here's my sample code

# Call JIRA to create ticket
from atlassian import Jira, errors

def get_jira():
    jira_client = Jira(
    return jira_client

jira_client = get_jira()

issue_dict = {
    "project": {
    "id": '2',
    "summary": 'test summary',
    "description": f'New issue for Me',
    "componenets": [{'Remediation': 'Test',
    'AWS Documentation': 'Test Document'}],
    "reporter": {"name": "101"},
    "issuetype": {"name": "11500"},
    "priority": {
        "name": "CRITICAL"

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Looks like I was missing a curly bracket at end of project id

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