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Scriptrunner Web fragment for specific request type

I am using Scriptrunner web fragments, 
I would like to know how to restrict web fragment for a specific request type of a specific portal.
In the documentation of Customizing the UI:

I can restrict web fragments to a certain portal using in the condition the following: == 1

or a similar code

binding.variables.get("portal") && == 1

I would like to ask if I can restrict my web fragment to a certain request type in the portal.
So my custom UI will appear only for certain request types (when creating a request type)
The condition should be something like: == 1 && == 22

Thanks in advance! 

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I'm assuming your fragment is some sort of web panel.

And since you want to display on the create screen, then you probably used a location such as servicedesk.portal.header or subheader.

I gave that a try and outputted all the binding variables to log with "\n${binding.variables.collect().join('\n')}"

And I saw the following:

serviceDesk=ServiceDeskImpl{serviceDeskId=1, projectId=24170, ...}

So requestTypeId == 22 or == 22 should both work. But maybe to avoid some  errors in other contexts, do it like this:

binding.hasVariable('portal') && 
binding.hasVariable('requestType') &&
portal?.id == 1 && requestType?.id == 22


I get the error message that the variables portal and requestType are not declared (scriptRunner-Show a web panel). How could I solve it. Could you please help me? Thanks. 

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