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Unary tests

Unary tests can be used only for input entries of a decision table. They are a special kind of expression with additional operators. The operators get the value of the input expression implicitly as the first argument.

The result of the expression must be either true or false.

A unary test expression is true if one of the following conditions is fulfilled:

  • the expression evaluates to true when the input value is applied to it
  • the expression evaluates to a list and the input value is equal to at least one of the values in that list
  • the expression evaluates to a value and the input value is equal to that value

Comparison#

Compare the input value to x.

operatorsymbolexample
equal to(none)"valid"
less than<< 10
less than or equal<=<= 10
greater than>> 10
greater than or equal>=>= 10
  • less than/greater than are only supported for:
    • number
    • date
    • time
    • date-time
    • year-month-duration
    • day-time-duration

Interval#

Test if the input value is within the interval x and y.

An interval can be open (x..y) / ]x..y[ or closed [x..y]. If the interval is open then the value is not included.

(2..5)
// input > 2 and input < 5
[2..5]
// input >= 2 and input <= 5
(2..5]
// input > 2 and input <= 5

Disjunction#

Test if at least of the expressions is true.

2, 3, 4
// input = 2 or input = 3 or input = 4
< 10, > 50
// input < 10 or input > 50

Negation#

Test if the expression is false.

not("valid")
// input != "valid"
not(2, 3)
// input != 2 and input != 3

Expression#

It is also possible to use a boolean expression instead of an operator. For example, invoking a built-in function.

The input value can be accessed by the special variable ?.

ends with(?, "@camunda.com")
// test if the input value (string) ends with "@camunda.com"
list contains(?, "invalid")
// test if the input value (list) contains "invalid"