Use the Conditions Editor (part of the Rule Editor) to view and edit conditions for firing rules. You can add built-in predicates using the shortcut menu, drag items from the Facts Explorer to define arguments and predicates, and enter argument values inline by clicking an argument link.
Use the shortcut menu to access the following options.
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Add logical AND
Add an operator to combine two or more predicates to form a logical-AND expression.
Add logical OR
Add an operator to combine two or more predicates to form a logical-OR expression.
Add logical NOT
Add the operator NOT to negate a logical expression or predicate.
Add a predicate expression based on one of the built-in predicates provided by the Rule Object Model, such as the Is Equal To operator.
Delete logical operator
Delete the selected logical operator (AND, OR, or NOT).
Delete the selected predicate.
Move the predicate up one position or a level.
Move the predicate down one position or a level.
Go to vocabulary
Locate the vocabulary definition in the Facts Explorer that corresponds to the selected predicate or argument.
Go to source fact
Locate the XML element, database column, or .NET method in the Facts Explorer that corresponds to the selected predicate or argument.
Delete the selected argument (and any nested arguments), and restore the initial definition.
Set to null
Replace the selected argument with a null constant definition.
Set to empty string
Replace the selected argument with an empty string value.
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