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To modify Business Rule actions and conditions:
Launch the Adaxes Administration Console.
In the Console Tree, expand the service node, you need (the icon represents service nodes).
Expand Configuration / Business Rules.
Select the Business Rule you want to modify.
To create a new set of actions and conditions and add a new action to it:
Click Add action to a new set below the actions and conditions list.
In the Add Action dialog box, select the action you need, define the appropriate action parameters and execution options, and click OK.
To add an action to an existing set:
Select the set to which you want to add an action and click the Add Action icon.
Define the appropriate action parameters and execution options and click OK.
Actions in a set are executed sequentially according to their order in the set. Click Move Up or Move Down icon to move the selected action up or down in the chain of execution. (Some actions cannot be moved.)
To add a condition:
Select the set to which you want to add a condition and click the Add Condition icon.
In the Add Condition dialog box that opens, select a condition type and define the appropriate condition parameters.
If you create more than one condition, they are combined by the AND/OR operator. To change an operator, just click it.
To edit an action or a condition:
Right-click an action or a condition and select Edit Action or Edit Condition from the context menu.
Define the appropriate parameters and click OK.
To delete an action or a condition, right-click it and select Delete Condition or Delete Action from the context menu.
If there is only one action in the set, to delete it, you should delete the whole set. To do so, select the set you want to delete and click the Delete Current Set icon.
Sets of actions and conditions are executed in a sequential order. To change the order of their execution, select the set you need (make sure no action or condition is selected), and click Move Up or Move Down icon.
When finished, click Save changes below.
|For more information, see Business Rule Creation Wizard|