Groovy conditions for custom field not returning correct values?

When attempting to evaluate a custom field (Radio button) value in Condition Tester

Using the condition:

cfValues['SE_Condition_B'] == 'TRUE'

I am not getting "true" result from this, even though the issue key I've entered does in fact contain The value "TRUE" for this Radio Button field.

The value seems to always return null, deduced from the following results

  • cfValues['SE_Condition_B'] == 'TRUE' (Condition tester Returns False)
  • cfValues['SE_Condition_B'] == 'FALSE' (Returns False)
  • cfValues['SE_Condition_B'] != 'TRUE' (Returns True)
  • cfValues['SE_Condition_B'] != 'FALSE' (Returns True)

WHY is this field coming back as null when we can verify on the EDIT screen that this field's value is in fact "TRUE"?

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cfValues['SE_Condition_B'].value == 'TRUE'

Look for previous posts about this... cfValues will contain an Option object.

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