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Whats the version of HttpBuilder used by ScriptRunner and can we update it?

Looking at the documentation for Groovy's HttpBuilder library, it looks like the version used by ScriptRunner is outdated. Since I was unable to find it myself, I'd like to know whether or not

* it is possible to replace it with a newer version (guessing not, because it is probably tied deeply into ScriptRunner?)
* there are any plans to update the library?
* someone can tell me which version of HttpBuilder was used so I can find the docs?


Kind Regards

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Thanks for your reply! I got the answer eventually through ignoreSSLIssues(). That method is only available in Http-Builder 0.7.1 which AFAIK is the most recent version anyway.

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I am not sure if there is a way to find the version.

But you could just grab the newer fork (https://http-builder-ng.github.io/http-builder-ng/)

@Grab('io.github.http-builder-ng:http-builder-ng-core:1.0.4')
@Grab('org.jsoup:jsoup:1.9.2')

If you decide you don't like it, I think you'll need to run the built-in script  "clear Groovy Classloader" to get back to the default 

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