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Updating a component using API



I want to update components on the StatusPage using webhook from another service.
But I can't update the components.

I set it up like this



  "component": {
    "status": "{status name}"


Do you have any idea what's wrong?
It is possible to change the status of a related component using the Incident Creation API.
so There is nothing wrong with {component_id} and {api_key}

Appreciate any assistance

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Hey @choi! For that endpoint, make sure you're using the PATCH method (not POST). Does that do the trick?

Hi @Dave Parrish _Atlassian_ 

thank you for reply.
in case using Curl, Specify PATCH using the (-X) option.

But in case using payload,
Both PATCH Update a component and PUT Update a component have the same sample content type.

How can I make user I'm using the PATCH method?


I found that only POST is possible where I'm using webhook

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