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Scriptrunner REST endpoint - Groovy - parse/ convert x-www-form-urlencoded to something like JSON Edited

Hi there,

I'm quite new to all of this and I'm not sure whether I'm right here. I'm trying to set up an automation in Jira which creates a new issue when a new customer has subscribed to a Mailchimp audience . The Mailchimp webhook fires to the Scriptrunner endpoint. So far so good.

The endpoint log/ payload information looks like this:


I set a webhook in Mailchimp that fires every time a new subscriber of an audience appears. Mailchimp sends a HTTP POST request to a Jira Sriptrunner REST endpoint.

The content type of this request is application/x-www-form-urlencoded.

Within the Jira endpoint I would like to read the request data. How can I do that?

The payload (raw body) I receive looks like this:


Now I would like to parse the data of the raw body into a JSON or something similiar.

The result might look like this:

 "web_id": 123,
 "email": "",
 "company": "First",

Meanwhile I searched around a little and found something like the node.js "querystring" module. It would be great if there is something similiar within Groovy or any other way to parse the data of application/x-www-form-urlencoded to json format.

Best regards and thanks in advance


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For anyone interested, the answer's at StackOverflow :

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