Specifying a runtime value for a condition

You can specify that a specific runtime value applies to a condition in a process. For example, you can specify a condition to check that the Raise User is not the Current User, thereby preventing them from authorizing their own Incident.

To specify a runtime value for a Process Condition:
  1. In the Process Designer component, expand the Business Objects tree ().
  2. Expand the required Process Objects folder, for example, Incident Management\Incident, and then expand the Condition folder.

Conditions that have an icon alongside them are either in use or are system defined and cannot be modified. Conditions that have an icon alongside them can be modified.

  1. Double-click the required condition to open it.
    The Properties appear.

If you want to specify a specific static value, then alongside the Value Type list, select Specific Value, then alongside the Value property, type or select the required value.

  1. In the Value Type list, select Runtime Value, then alongside the Value property, expand the drop-down list.
    The Control Value Selection dialog appears.


  1. Select either the Specify a macro value for this control or Specify a runtime value for control option button.
  2. If you select Specify a macro value for this control, you select the required value from the drop-down list.
    If you select Specify a runtime value for control, then navigate to and select the required value.
  3. Click OK.
  4. Click .

Adding a precondition to a process