If/Then Rule

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An If/Then Rule is a condition whose expression, when evaluated to true (meaning the condition is satisfied), executes an associated set of actions and other rules.

If/Then Rules are the most common rule construct in InRule and follow the general form of if-then- action. If/Then Rules can be added to rule sets, If/Then/Else Rules, and other If/Then Rules. Adding a If/Then Rule as the sub-rule to another If/Then Rule allows you to set up deep hierarchies of pre-conditions within your rule application.



Specifies the name of the rule.


An expression that when evaluated to true (or satisfied) causes the rule engine to execute the rules/ actions.

Please see About Expressions for more information on how to build a rule condition.


Actions or other rule components can be added here.

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