save the output of the result generated from jira Rest API

Hi , 

I run the below query which gives me all the issues which are in Development state for a given user . How do I save this in a python dictionary .

curl -D- -u user:pwd -X POST -H "Content-Type: application/json" --data '{"jql": "assignee in (uszsyj1) AND status = \"In Development\" ","startAt": 0,"fields": [ "id","key"]}' "http://myurl/rest/api/2/search"



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Hi Nic , 

That link points to my previous question , I was able to figure it out , but for me the next step is to save the output in a python dictionary . This is what I am doing :

import urllib

import json

import requests

query = 'assignee = uszsyj1 AND status = \"In Development\"","startAt": 0,"fields": [ "id","key"]'
jql = '/rest/api/2/search?jql=%s' % urllib.quote(query)

serverURL ='http://zmyurl/rest/api/2/search'

response = requests.put(serverurl +jql ,verify=false,auth=('uszsyj1','******'))

when i do response.status_code

i get 404

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