Type

Required: Yes.

  • One Field Value – Only one message field is evaluated against a value using an operator.
  • Two Field Values – Two message fields are evaluated against each other. This is useful when you need to compare two fields and use the results of the comparison.
  • Input Update Timeout (ms) – Amount of time that must pass before the transaction is considered to have completed successfully. Time is measured in milliseconds.
  • Number of Segments – Number of instance IDs (when an activity handles batch segments or multiple replies) that must be received before the activity is considered complete. The transaction is complete only after all the replies have been received.
  • Same Number of Segments/Replies As – Same as Number of Segments, except instead of matching a defined value, the segments must match those from a previous activity/path ID. If the previous activity generates an unknown number of segments that must be accounted for, then use this option. For more details, see Value.

Transaction Payload Data

First Transaction Payload Data from the Transaction Payload Data tab. List of names from the Transaction Payload Data tab.

Operator

Available operators are:

  • Numeric operators – Use these mathematical operators if the value against which you are comparing is numeric.
    • = (equal to)
    • != (not equal to)
    • > (greater than)
    • >= (greater than or equal to)
    • < (less than)
    • <= (less than or equal to)
    • Present – The field exists in the message on which you are filtering.
    • Absent – The field does not exist in the message on which you are filtering.
  • String operators – Use these text-based operators if the value against which you are comparing is a text string.
    • equal to
    • not equal to
    • greater than
    • greater than or equal to
    • less than
    • less than or equal to
    • Present – The field exists in the message on which you are filtering.
    • Absent – The field does not exist in the message on which you are filtering.

Value

Text or numeric string. Unlimited text, unless you select Same Number of Segments/Replies As.

If you select Same Number of Segments, then the Value field is a button that provides a list of available activities. An activity is in the list only if it is possible for a transaction to travel a path from Activity1 to Activity2.

  1. Select an activity from the list. The activity you select determines what Path IDs are available.
  2. Select a Path ID and click Save.

Conjunction

Logical connector used to connect this filtering criterion with the next criterion. Options are AND (default) and OR.

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