Workflow Action: Execute Function Component

Workflow Action: Execute Function Component


The Execute Function component allows the workitem to branch out from the workflow to execute a pre-defined or custom set of actions that were created in the function section.

The function has the ability to return to the workflow it was called from

Configuration Options

Name: The name assigned to this component.
Description: Enter a description for the component.
Condition Type: If the condition returns true, then the Action will be performed. If condition returns false, then the Action will not be performed. If there is no condition specified, the Action will always be performed.
Function Identifier Select the function to execute

A sample of a condition could be:
If the workflow has a loop that replays a message when the caller is in the queue too long and if it has looped more than 2 times, you may want to check to make sure the contact center is still opened.

The Condition Type would be as follows:

Expression: >= ‘2’ Where loop would be the name of the variable used in the counter to see how many times it looped.

  • would be entered in the first field.
  • ‘>=’ would be selected from the dropdown.
  • ‘2’ would be entered in the last field.

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