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Sending HTML in the body for custom data from Send Web Request in automation

Hi there,

I am trying to send some lookupobject results to a confluence page via the Send web request in JSM automation but can't get past a 500 error.

As part of the custom data I have this


 tied in with the rest of the process I end up with a page with that in the body but it is just a massive block of text.
I am not sure how to display this in a table format when sent over to confluence.


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Darryl Lee Community Leader Dec 05, 2022

Hi @Steven Lees-Smith - I think you'll actually need to convert it into Confluence Wiki Markup format which looks like this:

||heading 1||heading 2||heading 3||
|cell A1|cell A2|cell A3|
|cell B1|cell B2|cell B3|

So in your case, something like this might do the trick:


Hey @Darryl Lee  I was actually trying that out as I saw something on another site about that.

I don't get the line breaks though, when I tried that out.


had me with a mass of text


oh..   /n

gives me the breaks I need, but now I just need to wrap it all up in a nice evenly spaced table :)

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