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I want to create a menu entry in atlassian-connect.json, with dynamic query parameter value for SEN

Hi Team,

I want to create a new menu entry in atlassian-connect.json, for my existing cloud app.

And that menu entry will have an external url, with query parameter as SEN number.

Let's say new menu item name is: "Production Support"

And it will have an external url, with some query parameter:

https://abx.xyz.app/servicedesk/customer/portal/2?SEN=SEN-12345678

What is working:

I can have any external url in menu item defined in atlassian-connect.json file, with any static query parameters. That's working.

Problem:

But when I want to have a query parameter with dynamic values, like in above example:
I want to have SEN value in query parameter, and that will keeps on changing for each user.

 

Is there any way to have dynamic values added in URL query parameter like SEN, that can be defined in atlassian-connect descriptor file.

 

 

Thanks,

Nikhil Diwan

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Hi Community, any suggestions here please?

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