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Cannot set Portfolio team ID programmatically

I am trying to create multiple issues through my post function. I would like to assign teams for these issues through the transition screen.I am using nFeed add-on to fetch the team title and team ID and they are assigned to custom fields that i created.


 During the transition, user simply selects the team name from an nFeed drop down list (list of teams fetched from SQL). nFeed looks at the "jiraschema.AO_82B313_TEAM" table in SQL and assigns the selected teams ID into another custom field(e.g. cf_12417). This seems to fetch the data correctly and displays the ID number.


However when i try to assign the ID in my custom field to the "Team" custom field (cf_12400) of portfolio it does not assign and nothing happens. Furthermore when i enter the team ID manually everything works fine and the team is selected correctly.


So to sum if up during create issue post function ;


 nfeed field below with the value 6 inside does not work

     Set custom field: 12400, Value: %customfield_12417%

While manual entry of team ID below works fine

      Set custom field: 12400, Value: 6

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