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What will the effect of using "In" while evaluation of multiple values make in the Rule?

We are using


Customer/@Age In 20,21,23


Assign :

as one of the condition in Rule Scripts to make a decision comparing multiple values.

Will that evaluate just the first Value 20 or the rest of the values too?

If no then what is the alternative way to evaluate all 3 values.



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    Posted on May 18, 2014 at 07:02 AM

    So basically you want to do an OR between the three values, right? In that case, yes, "In" will match against all the values. (If you think logically, why would the system let you specify three values if it were to match with just the first value?)



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