The Setting: Release to Autopilot condition will check the setting Release specifications to Autopilot found in General Settings.
An example of this in use can be seen in the Default Specification Flow. It is available as a Condition on the transition Release (ReleaseAutopilot) for both the Pending and Specify States.
|Fail Behavior||How this condition will affect its parent.|
|Negated||Determines if the meaning of the condition should be reversed, so if it returns FALSE it will be treated as TRUE.|
|SettingValue||TRUE to check if the setting is enabled. FALSE to check if it is not enabled.|
|Title||Changes the Title (not the name) of the task.|
When this task is added the properties are static by default.
See How To: Change A Static Property To A Dynamic Property to enable rules to be built on these properties.
|Property Name||Example Rule||Example Result||Meaning|
|Fail Behavior||Disable||Disable||The Task will be Disabled if the conditions are not met (This is for Transitions not Macros)|
|Fail Behavior||Hide||Hide||The Task will be Hidden if the conditions are not met (This is for Transitions not Macros)|
|Negated||TRUE||TRUE||This means the meaning of the condition will not be reversed.|
|Negated||FALSE||FALSE||This means the meaning of the condition will be reversed.|
|Setting Value||TRUE||TRUE||This will check that the task has been Enabled.|
|Setting Value||FALSE||FALSE||This will check that the task has not been Enabled.|