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Decide Shape

 

The Decide shape represents a decision based on if/else logic. The shape always has a branch for the "if" statement and a branch for the "else" statement; you can add additional branches for "else if" statements as needed. You use the Expression editor to add a rule to each branch except the "else" branch. If the rule evaluates to true, the branch will be taken. Below the rule or "else" clause, a branch of a Decide shape can contain additional shapes, just like any other part of the orchestration.

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Rule

Right-click the rule to add a Boolean expression to determine whether this rule branch should be taken in your business process.

Rule branch

Drag shapes onto this branch to specify any actions to take if the rule in this branch is satisfied.

Else branch

Drag shapes onto this branch to specify any actions to take if none of the rules in other branches are satisfied.

Report to Analyst property

Select True if you want to make this shape viewable in the Visual Business Analyst Tool.

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