The above rule is appled to a output object containing the multiple occurrences. If there are 3 items in the ITEMS object but no one's value is greater than 0. I expect the final output is only one "Test". However, the final output is 3 "Test".
Anyone know this issue? And any solutions? Thanks
Pinned topic WTX8.2 - Mutiple output and sigle output can co-exists in a same rule?
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Updated on 2013-03-25T17:34:40Z at 2013-03-25T17:34:40Z by SystemAdmin
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Re: WTX8.2 - Mutiple output and sigle output can co-exists in a same rule?2013-03-25T17:34:40ZThis is the accepted answer. This is the accepted answer.Hi,
Since EXTRACT brings a series back, this does not look very surprising, as I suspect the execution engine evaluates the rule several times (I may be wrong, but I think this is what happens).
If I was to test this condition, I'd rather use the ALL function, to test all objects in the series match/do not match a given condition.
Be careful, the data binding is right behind the corner, as calling two series consuming function in the same rule on the same series may yield unexpected results...