Add condition function is used to execute an action, only if the specified condition(s) is met.
The Condition pop up has three fields.
a) Use the first field to select the output variable of any of the previous actions on the ’Variable Picker’ pop up.
b) Use the dropdown under Rules on the Condition pop up to select any one of the different types of condition available.
Different conditions based on data types:
Data Types is an attribute of data which tells the system on how to use the data.
– Contains — String (ABC)
– Doesn’t contain — String (ABC)
– Starts with — String (ABC)
– Doesn’t start with — String (ABC)
– Ends with — String (ABC)
– Doesn’t end with — String (ABC)
You can see the corresponding data type beside the output on the Variable Picker pop up.
Note: You can add multiple conditions on the Condition pop up using the
‘Add More’ function using ‘And’ or ‘Or’.
And – Used to specify that conditions involved must get verified to perform an action.
Or – Used to specify that verification of any one of the conditions is enough to perform and action.
Based on how you setup a condition, a summary of the condition will be displayed under the condition summary field for your reference. You won’t be able to edit the summary though.