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End postfunction scriptrunner script if a condition is met.

I was wondering if there is a way to end a postfunction script if a condition is met. In the case below if  if (input1 == 'NOT APPLICABLE') i need it to end this script and continue on with the other postfunctions in my create transition.  Currently if i use the value 'NOT APPLICABLE' the script errors out and the other post functions do not process. 


// get custom fields
def customFields = get("/rest/api/2/field")
.findAll { (it as Map).custom } as List<Map>

def fields = issue.fields as Map"${fields}")
def projectKey = issue.fields.project.key"${projectKey}")
def inputprojecttype = customFields.find { == 'PIA Project' }?.id"${inputprojecttype}")
def subjectident = customFields.find { == 'Subject' }?.id"${subjectident}")
def project = fields.project as Map"${project}")
def input1 = issue.fields[inputprojecttype].value as String"${input1}")
def subjectval = fields[subjectident] as String"${subjectval}")
def queuedissueparent


if (input1 != 'NOT APPLICABLE'){
if (input1 == 'Rapid Design Engagement'){
queuedissueparent = 'BPIA-1132'

if (input1 == 'Fixed Wireless') {
queuedissueparent = 'BPIA-1133'

if (input1 == 'Head End') {
queuedissueparent = 'BPIA-1134'

if (input1 == 'Conduit Design') {
queuedissueparent = 'BPIA-1135'

if (input1 == 'Subdivision GIS Design') {
queuedissueparent = 'BPIA-1136'

if (input1 == 'Business Readiness') {
queuedissueparent = 'BPIA-1137'

if (input1 == 'OSP') {
queuedissueparent = 'BPIA-1138'

if (input1 == 'Confluence Space Standardization') {
queuedissueparent = 'BPIA-1139'

if (input1 == 'Contracts') {
queuedissueparent = 'BPIA-1140'

if (input1 == 'Change Orders') {
queuedissueparent = 'BPIA-1141'

if (input1 == 'Department User Dashboards') {
queuedissueparent = 'BPIA-1142'

if (input1 == 'Departmental Dashboards') {
queuedissueparent = 'BPIA-839'

if (input1 == 'EPP') {
queuedissueparent = 'BPIA-1143'

if (input1 == 'Feasibility') {
queuedissueparent = 'BPIA-368'

if (input1 == 'Member Dashboards') {
queuedissueparent = 'BPIA-1145'

if (input1 == 'Member Project Information Updates') {
queuedissueparent = 'BPIA-1161'

if (input1 == 'Regional Dashboards') {
queuedissueparent = 'BPIA-1146'

if (input1 == 'Revamp the PIA Request Process') {
queuedissueparent = 'BPIA-1147'

if (input1 == 'IMS Training Process Documentation') {
queuedissueparent = 'BPIA-1144'

if (input1 == 'IMS Member Rollout') {
queuedissueparent = 'BPIA-197'

// fetch issue objects from key (queuedissueparent)
def issueResp = get("/rest/api/2/issue/${queuedissueparent}")
assert issueResp.status == 200

def issue = issueResp.body as Map

def typeResp = get('/rest/api/2/issuetype')
assert typeResp.status == 200
def issueTypes = typeResp.body as List<Map>

def issueType = "PIA Request Subtask" // The Sub Task Issue Type to Use

// Get the sub task issue type to use
def issueTypeId = issueTypes.find { it.subtask && == issueType }?.id"${issueTypeId}")
assert issueTypeId : "No subtasks issue type found called '${issueType}'"

// Get the project to create the subtask in
// Create the subtask
def resp = post("/rest/api/2/issue")
.header("Content-Type", "application/json")
fields: [
project: project,
issuetype: [
id: issueTypeId
parent: [
"key" : "${queuedissueparent}"],
summary: subjectval

// Get and validate the newly created subtask
def subtask = resp.body
assert resp.status >= 200 && resp.status < 300 && subtask && subtask.key != null

// If the sub task created successfully return a success message along with its key
if (resp.status == 201) {
return 'Success - Sub Task Created with the key of ' + resp.body.key.toString()
} else {
return "${resp.status}: ${resp.body}"

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I don't use the cloud, but I assume that this should work (near the top)

if (input1 == 'NOT APPLICABLE') {

I can't believe it was that simple. I think I was using return; without the value brackets and that's why everything was erroring out. Thank you for your help!

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