The Specification Type condition will check if the current specification has been started from New, by clicking Edit (Existing) or by Copying.
|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.|
|Type||The type of specification to check for. One of New, Existing or Copied. Combine multiple options by using the pipe bar |.|
|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.|
|Type||New||New||Checking if the Specification type is a New one.|
|Type||Existing||Existing||Checking if the Specification type is an Existing one.|
|Type||Copied||Copied||Checking if the Specification type is a Copied one.|