MDGP 2016 R1 Feature of the Day: Workflow Condition Management

As mentioned in the last post, more functionality has been added to the base Workflow 2.0 module, adding more flexibility. This second enhancement has seen the addition of new workflow conditions:

Workflow Maintenance

Two new options for what happens when step conditions are not met:

  • Continue to next step
  • Reject

While it’s nice to see new features being added to Workflow 2.0, I’m not entirely sure of the use case for this addition, although it might become clear once I can get hands on with it.

My initial thought is if the condition isn’t met why would I want to continue to the next step? If I wanted that to happen then, surely, I would have had different conditions in the first place?

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