Dynamic Apps Platform : webMethods BPM Process Development Help : Activity Steps : About Rule Tasks : Advanced Rule Task Properties
Advanced Rule Task Properties
Properties Page
Integration Server Name
Assigned Integration Server Name (logical server).
Rule Type
Designer supports both webMethods Business Rules.
Rule Information
Available fields depend on the Rule Type selection.
For webMethods Business Rules:
Select either Rule Set or Decision Entity. If you select Rule Set, specify the Rule Set Name; if you select Decision Entity, specify the Decision Entity Name. Click the Browse button to open the webMethods Business Rules window and select a rule set or a decision table, depending on your earlier selection.
An event rule is a decision entity. It specifies the results triggered by an event that occurs during rule execution. If you use an event rule in a rule task, there must be a JMS trigger on the corresponding Integration Server. For more information about working with event rules, see webMethods BPM Rules Development Help.
The Rule Project Name is automatically populated based on the Rule Set or Decision Entity.
Generated Service Name
Name of the generated flow service used at run time.
Allow Parallel Execution
Lock the step at run-time to allow it to be executed by multiple threads.
Places a BPMN compensation marker on the step, indicating that it is used for compensation. This is notational only and has no effect on the behavior of the activity.
Logged Fields
Input fields to log. Inputs are logged before the step executes. For more information, see Log Inputs and Outputs.
Output fields to log. Outputs are logged after the step executes.
Join Type
A join type defines the logic the process follows when a step has multiple incoming transitions. Options: OR, AND, COMPLEX, or Unsynchronized OR.
The Joins page is displayed only when a step has more than one incoming transition.
Join Timeout
The timeout duration value, after which this join fails. This option is available for AND and COMPLEX joins only. The source of this value can be:
*A static value that you define.
*A value from a field in the process pipeline. The field value is interpreted in milliseconds.
*A value based on a business calendar in My webMethods Server. You can specify a static number of days, hours, and minutes, or specify a pipeline field to set the day, hours, or minutes value.
For more information, see About Join Timeouts.
Join Condition
Use the join condition editor to define a condition for the gateway join. This option is available only for a complex join in a complex gateway.
When the terms of this condition are met (that is, the condition is true), the join is considered satisfied.
For more information about using the condition editor, see About Complex Join Expressions and Defining a Complex Join Expression.
Deprecated properties (not recommended)
These deprecated properties are not available for unsynchronized OR joins.
Suppress Join Failure
This option is not recommended except in very isolated cases. For more information, see Migrating Process Models with Join Steps to Version 9.7 and Later.
Ignore dead path notification
This option is not recommended except in very isolated cases. For more information, see Migrating Process Models with Join Steps to Version 9.7 and Later.
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