What is a Statement
Action logic is comprised of a set of Statements. A statement may be created for clicking a button on your application, verifying the title of your application page, or a loop to repeat certain logic multiple times. Every line in the Action logic is a statement.
Inserting a Statement
1. Click on the new line in the logic editor.
2. Start typing your intent and follow the instruction on the screen.
Note: If you need to insert a statement in the middle of existing logic, select an existing statement and hit "Enter" or "Shift + Enter" to make a new statement after or before the current statement.
Selecting a Statement Type
1. By default you are presented with a set of command statements as you type in the new statement. These are statements like clicking a button, read an excel, connect to a DB etc.
2. Type "/" to get the list of special statement types such as conditionals, loop statements etc.
Create a Statement
|At the end of logic||Click the empty statement at the end of the logic|
|Below a statement||Select the statement and hit Enter|
|Above a statement||Select the statement and hit Shift + Enter|
|Conditional statement||Type /if in the new statement|
|Loop statement (for/while/do-while)||Type /loop in the new statement|
|Expression||Type /= in the new statement|
|Annotation||Type /annotation in the new statement|
|Calling an Action||Type /call action in the new statement|
|Copy||Select statement(s) and type Ctrl + c|
|Paste-Before||Select statement(s) and type Ctrl + v|
|Paste-After||Select statement(s) and type Shift + Ctrl + v|
|Paste anywhere||Click on a new statement and type Ctrl + v|
|Delete||Select the statement(s) and hit Del|
|Comment||Select statement(s) and hit /|
|Uncomment||Select statement(s) and hit Shift + /|
|Undo change||Type Ctrl + z|
|Redo change||Type Ctrl + y|
|Statement help||Type ?|
Other Short cuts
|Show Element Selector||Hover on the Element name in the statement, and Ctrl + click|
|Edit statement input||Double-click the input in the statement|