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ScriptRunner Behavior Question - Keep None in Custom List

I know how to use a single select list and have it have different values based off of other fields. What I can't get it to do is still show the none option. For Example


I have SelectListA, SelectListB


def SelectListA = getFieldbyId("Customfield_ID1")

String SelectListAfieldValue = SelectListA .getValue();


If ("Red"..equals(SelectListAfieldValue)) {

def SelectListB = getFieldbyId("Customfield_ID2")

def customFieldApp = customFieldManager.getCustomFieldObject(SelectListB .getFieldId())

def configApp = customFieldApp.getRelevantConfig(getIssueContext())

def optionsApp = optionsManager.getOptions(configApp)

def SUBSelect = optionsApp.findAll { it.value in ["Banana", "Grapes","Apple"]}.collectEntries{[(it.optionId.toString()) : it.value]}

SelectListB .setFieldOptions(SUBSelect)



In the above scenario I also want a none option, none of the below work. The reason behind this is I have this field A will equal more than just Red in the example. So for Red, Blue and Green I want None also has a choice but for Purple, Yellow do not want none as a choice


def SUBSelect = optionsApp.findAll { it.value in ["None","Banana", "Grapes","Apple"]}.collectEntries{[(it.optionId.toString()) : it.value]}


def SUBSelect = optionsApp.findAll { it.value in ["-1","Banana", "Grapes","Apple"]}.collectEntries{[(it.optionId.toString()) : it.value]}


def SUBSelect = optionsApp.findAll { it.value in ["null","Banana", "Grapes","Apple"]}.collectEntries{[(it.optionId.toString()) : it.value]}


Everything I have found as been about how to remove None nothing covers what if I wanted to leave it in for some reason


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I found an answer here : Other question for None option 


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