executeScript NOT creating variable with name from ${!COL2} variable after reading from CSV file

COMMAND - storeEval_deprecated
VALUE - ${!COL1}

This works fine.

The following does not work:

COMMAND - executeScript
TARGET - return (${!COL2})
VALUE - ${!COL1}


Invalid variable name ‘${!COL1}’. A variable name can only contain alpha-numeric characters and underscores (A-z, 0-9, and _ )

${!COL1}, ${!COL2} are read-only variables. They are created and filled by the csvRead command. So executeScript can not assign a value to them.

Other than this, all works ok:

  "Name": "exwwww",
  "CreationDate": "2019-6-8",
  "Commands": [
      "Command": "csvRead",
      "Target": "readcsvtestdata.csv",
      "Value": ""
      "Command": "storeEval",
      "Target": "\"${!COL1}\"",
      "Value": "aaa"
      "Command": "executeScript",
      "Target": "return ${!COL1};",
      "Value": "bbb"


With kantu 4.2.7 in firefox i update the ${!COL1} value, usually i edit the value and working.

Usually i make it lowercase or split the variable and save it in ${!COL1} again with the new value and works.

{!COL1} i read from csv, edit with storeeval and use the new {!COL1} value.

Thank you pal. I appreciate your effort.

Let me clarify the problem.

After reading from CSV, !COL1 contains the text “variable1” (to be used as variable name to create a variable) and !COL2 contains the value for the variable, say “300”.

storeEval_deprecated works fine but executeScript doesn’t.

Hope I was able to clarify the problem.