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borowiakn
Helper I
Helper I

Why does this And / Or Conditions yield a true statement?

Why does this And / Or statement yield a true statement?

 

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I thought that this would mean that if the first Condition AND just one of the Or Conditions would have to satisfy the condition in order for it to be a true statement. 

 

So lets so that a form is submitted and the first condition is greater than 1, I would still want this to be a false statement UNLESS one of the Or statements is not equal to null. However, none of the OR fields were selected on the form, so why would it be a true statement? Am I doing it wrong? 😛

 

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eric-cheng
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Hi @borowiakn ,

 

Can you check if the inputs are in fact null and not empty strings?

 

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So, what would be the best way to check that? 

Hi @borowiakn ,

 

If you run the flow and click on the run history, you should be able to drill into each step and see what the values are.

 

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