Navigation Logic is used to determine how an Interaction will proceed.
While navigation rules are transparent for the user, they drive the flow of the Interaction or determine what data is displayed. One example of Navigation Logic is a Decision Point, which evaluates one or more conditions and then redirects the Interaction flow toward one of various possible outcomes.
To access Navigation Logic options, in the Interaction map right-click and select Add a Step or hover the mouse over a page element, and then select Navigation Logic.
Use the following table to see details about using each Navigation Logic element:
|Allocator||Assigns values to one or more variables at a particular step in your Interaction.|
|Client Event||Sends action parameters by generating an asynchronous event in the Interaction.|
|Decision Point||Evaluates sets of conditions and directs the Interaction in an pre-defined direction.|
|Enables an e-mail to be sent when the user reaches a certain screen, or when a particular business rule is evaluated.|
|Integration Point||Obtains information contained in other applications and databases.|
|Sub-Interaction||Embeds a reference to another Interaction from within the current Interaction. Also known as an Interaction reference.|