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How to update power custom fields pro from rest api?

following is the get response of custom field

"customfield_13046": ["SocOptionImpl{label='ksoni', value='ksoni'}"],

 

How can I set same value for another issues using rest api?

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Unfortunately, there's no support for setting the field directly via standard JSON requests for the PCF PRO add-on, sorry. If you have Power Scripts you could run remotely a SIL script which in turn can update that field, however, nothing from the REST API directly.

Documentation is available here: https://confluence.cprime.io/display/SIL/Common+REST+Service

Can you please check this article https://confluence.cprime.io/display/KCFPRO/Example+9+-+Setting+field+value+using+Jira+REST+API

They say that there's an ability to update PCF via Jira REST API.

However, I got 500 responses from Jira. Tried JSON string, JSON object - both gave me 500 response.

Have any idea what they're talking about in the article?

I am also having the same problem and getting a error response from the server when attempting the REST API instructions. I suspect it means if you have an existing Jira issue with a Power Custom Field, you can try to set it with REST API, and even though the server gives you an error response, the field will be set anyway? This isn't a good solution for me so I guess I'm back to being stuck without REST API support.

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