The Condition Editor can be used to control whether specific tasks in a task sequence are executed, or whether a specification flow operation or transition is hidden or disabled.
The Condition Editor is divided into two re-sizable columns:
At any time, you can click "Cancel" to discard your changes.
When a condition is selected, its properties are shown in the Properties window.
All conditions have a "Title" property which can be used to give the condition a descriptive name.
In addition, all conditions have a "Negated" property which can be used to reverse the meaning of the condition. e.g. instead of checking if a setting is true, checking if a setting is NOT true.
Depending on the type of condition, there may be extra properties.
Each property has a green or a gray orb next to the property name. A gray orb means that the property has a static value, and a green orb means that the property's value is based on a rule. To switch a property between static or rules-based, double click the orb next to the property name.
To build a static value, type the value into the box next to the property name in the property grid.
To build a rule, click the property name in the property grid, and then click the ellipsis "..." button that appears to launch the rule builder.
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Closed Child Specification
A way of completing a Child Specification, pulling data inputted in the Parent Specification, without needing to open the Child.
Using either the .tab file or a .xml file provided in the drivepkg, generate multiple specifications at once using Autopilot.
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