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I received a requirement that required a business process flow stage with fields then a condition based on an option set leading to two separate stages. This is pretty straight forward when dealing with business process flows. An example of the business process flow with a condition flow operator would be as follows.
There are three distinct things to know going into this type of a requirement.
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Hello, what about relation to the previous stages in condition elelement, is it possible?
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