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CURL is not working to update Confluence calender in groovy but same is workinh using python request

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Calender event is getting update using python request and response but CURL can not able to do so using groovy

 

Python scripts which is working- 

 

import requests
import json
baseURL = 'https://confluence.mycomp.com/rest/calendar-services/1.0/calendar/events.json'
headers = { "content-type" : "application/x-www-form-urlencoded" }
user='****'
password='****'
hd={'Content-Type': 'application/json'}
calenderData = {"subCalendarId":"7ed3840a-6e3e-4043-a4da-be02a8208eaf","eventType":"Events", "what":"CTEF1 Test Deployment", "person": ["2c9fad3f6764e43f0167788e66a9004e"],"startDate":"28-Apr-2020","endDate": "28-Apr-2020","allDayEvent": "true","where": "By DVM PipeLine" }
response = requests.put(baseURL, headers=headers, auth=(user, password), data=calenderData, timeout=15)
print('\n\n\n')
print(response.content)

 

Groovy curls which is not working :-

baseURL = 'https://confluence.mycomp.com/rest/calendar-services/1.0/calendar/events.json'

user='****'
password='****'

calenderData = {"subCalendarId":"7ed3840a-6e3e-4043-a4da-be02a8208eaf","eventType":"Events", "what":"CTEF1 Test Deployment", "person": ["2c9fad3f6764e43f0167788e66a9004e"],"startDate":"28-Apr-2020","endDate": "28-Apr-2020","allDayEvent": "true","where": "By DVM PipeLine" }

def response = ["curl", "-k", "-u", "user:passwords", "-X", "PUT", "-d", "${calenderData}", "-H", "Content-Type:application/json", "${baseURL}"].execute().text

1 answer

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Dave Chevell Atlassian Team May 08, 2020

Hey @Mrinmay_Biswas ,

I noticed in your python example, you set the variable hd={'Content-Type': 'application/json'} but hd is never actually used. Your PUT via requests uses headers = { "content-type" : "application/x-www-form-urlencoded" } from further up in the script - that is to say, you're setting the content-type header to application/x-www-form-urlencoded

Conversely, in your Groovy example you're setting the content-type header to application/json

Given that it works in Python, can you try updating your Groovy script to use the same content-type of application/x-www-form-urlencoded and see how you go?

Cheers!

Dave

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