Jul 04, 2017 - 03:20 AM
->first specify a property or expression in the Conditions column header.
->Configure a cell in the header row to define the property or expression used in the evaluation.
->Clicking the cell opens the Decision Table property chooser tool.
->The tool allows you to:
->Select a property or create an expression used for the evaluation.
->Enter a label that appears on the table.
->Select the comparison operator. The default is the equals sign (=). If you select a numeric property, you can use greater than/less than operators. You can also use these operators to define a range.
->You can add columns to create multiple conditions.
->Then, on the first row, you enter a value in the column that defines the condition.
->In the rows under the conditions column, enter the value you want to compare during the evaluation.
->You can enter a literal value, a property, or an expression.
->Under the Return column, enter the result that is returned by the table when the condition evaluates to true.
->Under the Return column, enter a literal value, a property, or an expression.
->Finally, in the otherwise row, enter a value that is returned if none of the conditions evaluate to true.
->Be sure to add a value in the otherwise row to ensure that the decision always returns a result.
->A processing error can occur If there is no result.
Sep 17, 2018 - 12:02 PM
Choose the Decision table in the Pop UP
In the top column specify the property if you have any range click the check box.
Define the decision table based on requirements