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the variable cfvalues is undeclared

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Dear community,

I've got the same issue. In my case I'm using the workflow post function "Create SubTask" (ScriptRunner-PlugIn). Every thing is fine declared, using the inline script editor.

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But outsourcing the code in the script editor is causing the error message "the variable [cfValues] is undeclared". 

Path of the outsourced script file:

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Error message in the script runner code editor:Bildschirmfoto 2021-01-25 um 13.19.52.png

By the way, the code is working fine, even through the error message.

How can I declare the cfValues collection correctly in the outsourced script?

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Nic Brough -Adaptavist-
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Jul 31, 2020

This suggests that you are trying to use cfvalues in a context where it does not exist.

Could you give us some more detail about where your script is running, what it is trying to do and so-on?

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