I'm trying to use jira-python (plus some of my own scripts) to add users to a group. I keep getting an XSRF Token Missing error. I found this https://developer.atlassian.com/display/JIRADEV/Form+Token+Handlingbut my Java knowledge isn't strong enough to figure out how to Pythonize it, if that's even the right way to go.
Sorry I'm more expert with Confluence, but XSRF tokens are only useful when you POST a form. If you POST a JSON content, you shouldn't need it. Does it work if you use JSON instead of a form?
If it tells you the XSRF token is missing, that means you're posting your data as a form. Can you show us the python code you're using for that?
Instead of posting a form, you should try to post json data:
The result should be similar to the code sample which is next to the green tick on this page: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/9746303/how-do-i-send-a-post-request-as-a-json
The drawback is, it's up to the JIRA code you're targetting to accept to switch between JSON or forms, so we need to know which url you're targetting.
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