1 10 2014
How To Create Conditions?
Conditions are back bone of the rules. The user can give any type of conditions here. A condition can have a right operand and a left operand. It also has an operator in between the left opened and right operand. A condition may contain an action set which executes different functions. Let us see how we can create a condition.
The first step for the user to create a condition is to create a left operand and right operand. Then select an operator which suites the condition. This is how a condition is created.
The next tab is Activities .The activities tab contains the activities that have to be carried out while the condition executes. Activities tab contain ‘My Pre-condition activities’ which contains action sets that should be executed before the execution of the condition. Activities tab also contain ‘My Post-Condition activities’ which contains action sets which has to be executed after the execution of the condition, irrespective of the condition result.
The next tab in the activities tab is ‘My Pass-Condition activities’ which contains actionsets that should be executed if the result of the execution of condition is pass. The last tab is ‘My Fail Condition activities’. This tab contains the action sets which should be executed if the result of the condition execution is fail.
The basic tab is used to enter the type of the condition. The user can use parameters tab, if the user need to add parameters. To see the result of this newly created condition, the user can check the result at preview tab. To enable security user can use the security tab.
Thus created condition can be added to rule, so that the condition will be executed whenever the rule is called. The main advantage of this kind of logic is that with some simple understandable steps, very complex tasks can be created and executed. Even a layman can create rules, conditions and actions very easily.
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