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I am trying to get GMS-600 from this $oHTTP.ResponseText but have not been able to figure out the right syntax.  THANK YOU in advance!

$txt = '{"_expands":["participant","status","sla","requestType","serviceDesk"],"issueId":"1301831","issueKey":"GMS-600","requestTypeId":"300","serviceDeskId":"13","createdDate":{"iso8601":"2021-10-12T07:08:17-0700","jira"}}'

;$ticket = StringRegExpReplace($txt, '"issueKey":[\w]', "")
$ticket = StringRegExpReplace($txt, "issueKey[\w]:", "")
Edited by gcue
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gcue,

This works for me - and will look for any number of capital letters, a dash, and any number of digits at that position:

$txt = '{"_expands":["participant","status","sla","requestType","serviceDesk"],"issueId":"1301831","issueKey":"GMS-600","requestTypeId":"300","serviceDeskId":"13","createdDate":{"iso8601":"2021-10-12T07:08:17-0700","jira"}}'

$ticket = StringRegExpReplace($txt, '(.*Key":")([A-Z]*-\d*)(",".*)', "$2")

ConsoleWrite($ticket & @CRLF)

It looks for 3 groups: everything up to the end of the "issueKey" section, the section you want, and then all the rest - returning just the second section, which is the one you want.

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Here is version using _StringBetween():

#Include <String.au3>

$txt = '{"_expands":["participant","status","sla","requestType","serviceDesk"],"issueId":"1301831","issueKey":"GMS-600","requestTypeId":"300","serviceDeskId":"13","createdDate":{"iso8601":"2021-10-12T07:08:17-0700","jira"}}'

$ticket = StringBetween($txt, '"issueKey":"', '"')
ConsoleWrite($ticket & @CRLF)

; wrapper to return string instead of array
Func StringBetween($sString, $sStart, $sEnd)
    $sReturn = _StringBetween($sString, $sStart, $sEnd)
    If @error Then Return ''
    Return $sReturn[0]
EndFunc

 

Edited by Zedna
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this seems to work.  

#include <Array.au3>


$txt = '{"_expands":["participant","status","sla","requestType","serviceDesk"],"issueId":"1301831","issueKey":"GMS-600","requestTypeId":"300","serviceDeskId":"13","createdDate":{"iso8601":"2021-10-12T07:08:17-0700","jira"}}'

$ticket = StringRegExp($txt, "[A-Z]{3}-\d+", 1)

if IsArray($ticket) Then _ArrayDisplay($ticket)

 

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Use RegEx and forget it, or spend an hour learning Jason JSON parsing? RegEx wins everytime!

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