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(...) Applies to version: 2020.3.x and above; author: Konrad Wojtycza   Introduction Nesting business rules in the form rules allow you to refer to data contained in Active Directory or external data sources. This extends the functionality of form rules and allows you to use data outside the form when defining the process logic.   Execution of a form rule for a specific group of users B (...)

(...) e task to the Management board if the value of the order is greater than 1000 PLN. If less – the task goes to the indicated department.     C. Create a task action The business rules can also be used during configuration of the “Create a task” action. The “Always to” and “SQL query” sections were replaced by the “business rules” sec (...)

(...) en creating your business and form rules and how you can use them. The description includes 15 brand-new functions introduced in WEBCON BPS 2021. In this example, the new functions will be used in business rules. However, you can use the same functions in your form rules. What is more, some functions can be used only in form rules; they are presented at the end of this article. Creating new business rules (...)

Applies to version: 2021.1.x and above; author: Konrad Wojtycza Introduction Form rules for attachments in WEBCON BPS allow you to receive information about attachments added to the workflow instances, without the need to know the WFDataAttachments table structure and to use SQL queries.   GET ATTACHMENTS - returns identifiers of attachments related to the current instance, it c

(...) the guide done by Webcon: So far, I'm able to check Applications and Processes privileges but when it comes to the business rules, I get an error for the column they use as Users (users . BRD_Users) : select users . BRD_ID , isnull ( DEF_Name, '' ) as DEF_Name , usage. BRD_Name , usage. BRD_Documentation from WFBus (...)

(...) t in this case, the data source with employees is not used to assign tasks because these have been assigned to the department and project managers. For more information, see Task assignment - business rules. The use of postbacks and form rules is one method of implementing the automatic column completion based on others. You can use the floating-point number as a form field.   Fig. 2. (...)

(...) uo;Nett amount” field and the average rate of the selected currency, where the invoice date is the effective date of the rate.   Fig. 1. The “Nett amount in PLN” business rules   The above business rule is used in the “Set Nett Amount in PLN” form rule that sets the “Nett amount PLN” field.   Fig. 2. The “Set Nett (...)

(...) e view is constantly updated by the system, always provides a preview of the current configuration   b) The V InlineBUsinessRUlesUsages view This view contains information about using business rules. It consists of five columns: RuleID – the ID of a business rule ObjectID – the ID of the object where the business rule is used TableName – the table name where the row w (...)

(...) Fig.1. The “Parameters” tab   This field allows you to set an additional validation when going through a given path. You can include both the form rules (global and process), business rules (global and process) and a JavaScript. If you do not want to use the predefined rules – there is the ability of writing your own condition.   Business case A simple Invoice cost w (...)

(...) sage content” tab allows you to use the variable editor during editing, which is available in the right panel of this window. Thanks to this, in the HTML editing mode you can e.g. customize the business rules or embed images.   Fig. 6. The content edition – using the business rules   Another tab allows you to preview the message. In this example, the “Image code&rdquo (...)

(...) er form fields or controlling the actions (e.g. technical fields) is justified. In most cases, the value from this field (if it is not used in many places) can be directly downloaded and saved in the business rules. Instead of the data table, you can use the item list which will replace several form fields with columns. However, using this method regularly and adding multiple item lists to bypass the limits, (...)

(...) low configuration and form type indicated in the first tab.The values of form fields can be inserted by using various variables, e.g. values from the parent workflow instance :   Or business rules:       The “Start a subworkflow (SQL)” action This action allows you to start a workflow instance(s) within the same BPS application and differs from the (...)

(...) tion of the default value settings   For each type of form field (except for charts and data table and rows), you can define the default value. You can use the values of other form fields, business rules, context variables, fixed values and data sources in the configuration. Setting the default value of the form field will take place: At the first step, where the form field is visible (this als (...)

(...) he generated rules you can for example: display additional warning message/information for the users, show additional path or automatically redirect the instance for additional approval. Three new business rules have been added with the introduction of the AI analysis: AI ANALYSIS RULE COUNT FOR INSTANCE – indicates the current number of rules for a given instance AI ANALYSIS BROKEN RULE COUNT (...)

(...) plicated tasks are easy to manage and their assignment, as well as execution, are simple and clear. For more information, see: Task assignment Predefined task assignment Task assignment - business rules   Parallel tasks Clicking on the transition path button finishes the task of the logged-in user or of the person who was substituted. If other users have unfinished tasks on this step t (...)

(...) s) Workflow graphic presentation Form types and acronyms Instance number Form field summary Process privileges Workflow steps   Moreover: Constants (local and global) business rules Action patterns   Filling in the documentation After generating documentation in WEBCON BPS Designer Studio, you will get a ready documentation template which you should fill in. He (...)

Task details

(...) ldquo;Task details” on the form   You can configure the task description in the same place where the task assign is configured. In the description, you may use the form field values, business rules or context variables.   Fig. 5. The configuration of the task name and description   In the same way you can configure the task description in the “Create a task&rdqu (...)

(...) ich allows you to send e.g. picture form field content Any text content other than in the above sections   Fig. 21. Send file - Request body tab   There are three business rules that can be seen in the screenshot above. The “Att: ID” rule is the basis for the others. It contains a SQL query that returns the ID of the last added attachment added to the current ins (...)

(...) nstance and relate it with the current instance. Value – this field defines the value set after execution of the action. In this field you can use all functions and form fields available for business rules e.g. arithmetic operations, SQL expressions and form fields available on the form. Error message – this field defines the error message displayed when there is a missing value error. It is (...)

(...) efault value according to the “Country code” field:   Fig. 6. The “Is Poland” field default value   Business rule On the form, you can also create business rules that can use integration tools such as SQL query or Data Source Value. Let’s create a rule and implement it in the “Style and behavior” tab. To present the abilities of business rul (...)