A conditional variable allows you to create specific processing operations based on specific conditions. These variables are based on previously defined simple variables.
After you’ve created simple variables, you may need to create variables with certain conditions to meet more complex demands.
You can create up to 10 conditions, and each condition can contain up to 5 steps. It is important to note that these steps are verified in sequence, one after the other.
You can also use a correlation table to assign a certain value to your variable. If the key does not match anything in the table, you can choose to maintain the key’s original value.
When creating a variable, you can always use the Test panel on the right-hand side of your screen.
It allows you to check if the sequence of actions outlined for a variable does indeed produce the desired results. This tool allows you to see exactly where an error has occurred, if need be.