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I'm working on trying to update a script for updating office addresses on-demand. I'd like to leverage ADSI for this and I see that you can clear all condition sets before recreating but I'm looking to just modify a specific one within the script.

Is this possible? I'm either seeing a documentation gap here or I'm running past the method needed for this.

Thanks!

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Hello,

Sorry for the confusion, but we are not quite sure what exactly you need to achieve. Is it a business rule that you need to update using a script? If so, please, provide a screenshot of the configuration and describe what exactly the script should do in all the possible details with live examples. You can post the screenshot here or send to us at support@adaxes.com.

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Similarly to this script: https://www.adaxes.com/sdk/SampleScripts.ReplacingActionsAndConditionsOfCustomCommand/

During new user objects being created, I have a business rule set to triger a script named Set Office Address. Within that script, I have multiple condition sets like this.

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I would like to not clear all existing actions, since I have multiple if statements, but rather target a specific action/condition set. For example, if the "physicalDeliveryOfficeName" property equals "ABC", delete that condition set, and create a new one like the one listed.

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Hello,

The only way to do that is to check all the existing action sets and their conditions for the one with the required statement. Once you find it, you can delete the action set and then add a new one.

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Right, that's the area I'm stuck on.

I need to be calling ResolveValueReferences() or is there another function for this?

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Hello,

That is not what you need. To obtain an action set, you need to use $rule.ConditionedActions.GetObject. Examples from the following article might be helpful: https://www.adaxes.com/sdk/IAdmBusinessRuleConditionedActions2. Also, have a look at the following script from our repository: https://www.adaxes.com/script-repository/all-business-rules-custom-commands-scheduled-reports-and-scheduled-tasks-s394.htm.

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