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"Jira expression failed to parse: line 1, column 32:\nexpression expected, reserved keyword 'let' en

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Hi, 

I am getting this error in a script that uses the keyword `let`.

 

"Jira expression failed to parse: line 1, column 32:\nexpression expected, reserved keyword 'let' encountered."

 

Example:

let a = 10;

let b = 20;

 

If you use the Test button functionality form within ScriptListener tab, it works fine. But if you save the script and try to trigger the script by doing some transitions, this fails.

 

According to this: 

https://developer.atlassian.com/cloud/jira/platform/jira-expressions/#variable-assignment

Using `let` variables should be allowed.

 

Please help

thanks

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