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cfValues in script runner

Hello All,

we have two workflows for two issue types. Task to is to created two sub tasks when a parent issue got created based on custom feild selection.
I have added the below code in the Script Runner :-
cfValues['11906']?.value == 'Bug' || cfValues['11906']?.value == 'Enhancement'

This code is working for first issue type and not working for the second issue type. Custom Field names are different for both the issue types.
I printed the logs, from the logs i understoond that "cfValues" has customfields related to first issue type only.

2019-02-08 03:34:55,704 WARN [utils.LazyCustomFieldsMap]: Did not find requested custom field 11906 on issue MTS-1564
2019-02-08 03:34:55,711 WARN [utils.LazyCustomFieldsMap]: Did not find requested custom field 11906 on issue MTS-1564

Can you please suggest that how to get proper cfValues when second issue type's workflow gets executed.

 

THanks in Advance,

Bunty

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