Workflow Action: Transition by Name Component

Workflow Action: Transition by Name Component


The Transition by Name component is used to branch out to another State Box from the current one.

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.
State: Enter the name, or the name of the variable, of the State Box that the system should transition to.

A sample of when you would use a Transition By Name could be:
If you would like to branch out from the current flow if it is after hours, the Condition Type would be as follows:

Expression: workitem.businessEvents.OpenHours == false
Where OpenHours would be the name of the Business Event that was created.

  • workitem.businessEvents.OpenHours would be entered in the first field.
  • ‘==’ would be selected from the dropdown.
  • false would be entered in the last field.

Enter the name, or variable name of the State to branch out to.

  • Example: To transition to a State Box called ‘AfterHours’, you would either type AfterHours in the field or, where closed is a variable that contains the value ‘AfterHours’.

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