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Rule 1. we have a business rule which disables a user account after updating a user. It then does some other actions.

Rule 2. we have a business rule which performs several actions when an account is disabled.

how is the flow of the business rules handled?

when rule 1 is triggered, and the account is disabled, is Rule 2 then triggered immediately and the flow of control handed back to rule 1 to continue?

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Hello,

Yes, your understanding is correct. You can also see the sequence of all the actions triggered by your operation in the execution log. For details on how to view the log, see https://www.adaxes.com/help/ViewOperationsPerformedViaAdaxes.

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