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BPM conditon editor challenge

Hi

I would like to put this condition on a switch.

(a=b) and (c=d or f=s or j=q) and (u=w or y=q)

Seems a simple condition...

How is this carried out in the condition editor?

or am I just having a bad day 😊

Thanks for any ideas

Ian

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    Posted on Jan 20, 2005 at 12:17 PM

    Has anyone tried large condition statements in the condition editor?

    Is it possible?

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      Hallo Ian,

      You can use the "Insert Expression" Button for "AND" - Condition and the "Insert Group" Button for "Or" - Condition.

      So is a Condition like (a=b and c=d) or (f=s) or (j=q and u=w) or (y=q) possible.

      But for Your Condition you need more Switch-Steps.

      Regards,

      Robin

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    Posted on Feb 09, 2005 at 09:31 AM

    Hi Ian,

    You could build the expression in XPath and just test in the condition if the XPath expression is true.

    This way you can build very complex conditions in a single switch.

    Hopes this helps,

    Christiaan Schaake

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