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Using ScriptVault JSON Parse inside workflow to flowdata

Hi,
So far I'm using a field, type string and Text.
I have an Array of JavaScript objects that im parsing using the ScriptVault.JSON.stringify function.
I'm passing a JSON to the workflow and I want to parse it to an object and pass it to a flowdata variable.

Now here's what works inside a mapping:
function run(){
var json = ScriptVault.JSON.parse( flowdata.get('jsonString') );
return json[0].operation;
}
run();

And this will give me the 0th object in the Array and the value of "operation". This can be passed to a flowdata variable no problem.

What I would like to do is:

function run(){
var json = ScriptVault.JSON.parse( flowdata.get('jsonString') );
return json;
}
run();

And from here use the flowdata variable containing the whole Array of objects like so:

flowdataVariable[0].operation.

How can I achieve this?

Best,
Sebastian
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