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  1. Visual Rule Builder

    The Visual Rules Builder enables non-technical designers to add dynamic behaviors to a form/flow. Here are several behaviors that you can create: Show/Hide … /flow displays and users begin interacting with it. VRBInitializationOnlycheckbox.PNG When the rule displays in the Rule Builder tab, it will indicate
  2. Business Rules

    . business rules can be created and edited using the Visual Rule Builder or by dropping JavaScript directly into the Rule Validator. Working with Rules Visual Rule Builder Rules Examples FAQ - Business Rules              
  3. Order Items Rules

    of the form. We will use the Visual Rule Builder to create the code for all but one of these rules. Update the Client Information Form Click the Copy.png … the red_pencil.png icon to edit it. Change the name of the rule to: Initialize form Click on the Rule Builder button. Click Next to go to the Action wizard
  4. Rules Examples

    below are easily created with the Visual Rule Builder. This eliminates the need for the designer to write JavaScript. The Visual Rule Builder provides the functionality to add business logic by simply selecting appropriate functions or controls from your forms/flows using a visual wizard. The Visual Rule Builder
  5. Working with Rules

    ones. 74Toolbar.PNG provides two ways to create business rules: Visual Rule Builder - visual wizards to help create your rule. The Visual Rule Builder … the Visual Rule Builder or the Rule Validator canvas to add a new rule or edit an existing one. Your new rule is given a randomly generated name. Change the name
  6. Planning for v7.4

    The Visual Rule Builder supports functions/expressions. This added functionality greatly enhances the rule builder's ability to create more powerful rules reducing the need to manually add JavaScript. The Rule Builder provides Lookup, Help and validation support for new expressions The Email step for workflows
  7. Security Properties

    in the flow but only want a particular section to become visible on one of those steps. Using show/hide rules based on {} is a more reliable method that works in every use case. Show/Hide rules are easily created using the Visual Rule Builder. Refer to this example Show/Hide Controls and Workflow Steps
  8. Detailed Release Notes

    field in the Rule Builder wraps to the next line when creating a rule with an "is" condition in the Firefox 60 browser TIP-22691 - 'By User' and 'Locked By User … email. #21997 - Concatenating date related functions with the Visual Rule Builder does not allow any characters in between the date functions #22101 - Unsaved
  9. Flow Tutorial

    will be discussed in a later example. We will use the Visual Rule Builder to add a business rule to the PO. This rule hides the Instruction section on the Client … . The Visual Rule Builder consists of 3 wizards: Condition wizard - describe the conditions under which a set of actions should be executed Action wizard
  10. Editing Step Properties

    statement evaluates to true or the field is left empty. The precondition logic is the same used when writing business rules. There are two entry modes: rule builder mode and code entry mode. Rule builder mode is the default. The designer can switch back and forth between the two modes. The Precondition Rule Builder makes