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Scriptrunner for Jira Datacenter -> Insight - Error: 750: you tried to assign a value to the class

I am trying to unpick something that has been working but seemingly broke a little while back.

We have a Jira project for Contract Management and are using Scriptrunner with a Post Transition Function to add an object to Insight.

We are seeing an error when the Post Function runs:

org.codehaus.groovy.control.MultipleCompilationErrorsException: startup failed:
file:/Path/InsightManagerForScriptrunner.groovy: 750: you tried to assign a value to the class 'java.util.Map'
@ line 750, column 21.
Map.value = Map.value.collect { it.toString() }
1 error

Am a bit stumped having not used Scriptrunner previously, what can I check in the script to see what might be causing this?

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Peter-Dave Sheehan
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Apr 13, 2021

I would expect the word "Map" to be in lower case. But that depends on whether you have an actual variable called "map".

But if you could share a larger snippet of the script I can help further debug.

Thanks @Peter-Dave Sheehan @Joshua Sneed Contegix for your uber quick responses.

Would you believe it was a typo, changed upper case on the Map.value for map.value and that fixed it !

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Joshua Sneed Contegix
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Apr 13, 2021

Hi Simon,

What is on line 750 in the 21st position? It may also help to place a few logging lines in your script so that you can check variable values after it runs, this may allow you to see a data type mismatch or the value you tried to assign to the class. Cheers!

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