Curious Betsy
Curious Betsy
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8 days ago
Curious Betsy
Curious Betsy
Posts: 128
In the below example, I use rule to check one by one, but this method will be eating up a lot of time if I have many customer.
What steps can I use to allow multiple outcome path?
Example:
Input – Customer Name
Case 1 – Customer A – go to flow A
Case 2 – Customer B – go to flow B
Case 3 – Customer C – go to Flow C
Case 4 – Customer D – go to flow D
Exception – go to flow E
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james.hartzell@decisions.com
james.hartzell@decisions.com
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8 days ago
If you are using a string value or any value that can be mapped into a string value, you may find the string match step to be helpful. In its properties, you would type in a list of strings to match, and each of them would appear as an outcome for the step along with a 'No Matches' outcome. This step works much like a case statement in traditional software development.
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