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Any experiencing erratic response when using http request?

milynnus Rising Star Apr 01, 2022

I have two request running back to back such that the second request uses the {httpresponse.card_id} and {httpresponse.alt_card_id} from the first.

Clone - returned the two required values by setup was able to pickup only one of the two values from {httpresponse}


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Alex Waite Atlassian Team Apr 03, 2022

Hey @milynnus ! This might be a good question to raise over in the Developer Community instead:

milynnus Rising Star Apr 04, 2022

@Alex Waite 

Thanks for the suggestion. I have been using http request a lot. It is a action available under Trello Automation.

There was also an earlier thread that suggested that it had been erratic. The author reported that locating the first element of an returned array using {httpresponse[0].name} works and later, within minutes, retracted it and said that it failed subsequently.

In my example, one of the two {} worked while the other failed. The {httpresponse} was returned correctly from /clone endpoint as you can see from the picture.

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