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With Spring 2018 release, Microsoft introduced several types of server-side logic including Business Process Flows, Workflows, Calculated & Rollup Fields and Business Rules which do not require any coding. Part 5 of this series covers Calculated & Rollup Fields. In this blog we will explore Business Rules.
Business Rules: Declarative logic comprises of conditions and actions for data accuracy and consistency across applications. Business Rules provide a nice graphical UI for defining these rules and actions that will be executed synchronously when a record is created/updated. These rules are created at entity level in common data services, hence you do not need to write separate logic for individual apps (canvas & model driven apps)
You can perform below actions using business rules:
With Model Driven apps, all above actions are available. But with Canvas apps, below actions are not available.
We will explore “Expiration Date” field of Company Product entity created in Part 2 of series. We will create new field “Is Expired” which will be Two-Options field with values Yes/No. Using business rule we will set value and show/hide “Is Expired” field if “Expiration Date” field contains value.
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