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For information on how the OL_CONDITIONS Configuration table is evaluated, see The Configuration Matching Process.
To create an OL_CONDITIONS Configuration table
- Create a Configuration table.
See Process of Creating Advisor Configuration Tables for more information.
- Create an input column named TEST.
- Create an output column named RULE.
The conditional statement may refer to column values from Feature tables or Configuration tables using the same syntax used in cell functions.
- In the RULE column, enter the message that appears if the TEST expression returns true.
Each row in the OL_CONDITIONS table is evaluated in order of SEQUENCE number, from smallest to greatest, against the current user-selected configuration.
If all of the TEST expressions in the OL_CONDITIONS table return false, the engine considers the user-selected configuration valid and ends the configuration matching process. If a TEST expression returns true, the exception message defined in the associated RULE column appears in the application.
(APPLES.QTY+ORANGES.QTY < BANANAS.QTY)
Your smoothie needs more bananas.