The Condition Editor
Use the Condition Editor to specify a Condition within a Workflow.
As an example you may define a Visibility Condition if you drag a Form Control onto a Form and select the Visibility Property.
Conditions are rules, which may be nested. They always return either True or False.
Each row begins with a Selector with the following options
- All Of
This will create a sub rule. If all sub rules return True, the overall result will also be True, else False.
- Any of
This will create a sub rule. If any sub rule returns True, the overall result will also be True, else False.
- None Of
This will create a sub rule. If any sub rule returns True, the overall result will be False, else True.
This will add two operand fields divided by an operator selector. You may enter Workflow Variables into the operator fields as well as constants.
If this row belongs to a sub rule, there are +/- buttons at the end of the row which let you remove the row or add another row.