With a filter condition, you can decide which subsequent process steps
should be performed for example for an investment request, if the
investment costs are under 150€.
A filter condition must be
connected analogously to the outcome
of a process event, whose result should be transferred to a subsequent
process element after it has been filtered. A condition is completely
and correctly connected, once a connection is made to both of these
When you add an element to the filter's output connection arrow, a dialog will
open automatically, where you can determine, whether the subsequent event should
if the condition is true
if the condition is false
2. Groovy script condition
To be able to structure Intrexx applications even more flexibly, you have
the ability to integrate Groovy scripts into your processes. Groovy is
considered to be better integrated than most other script languages on
the Java Virtual Machine. Existing libraries or Groovy objects and
classes in Java can be used easily.
3. Generic condition
The generic condition will also be used like a filter condition in the
process, but the filter conditions stem from Intrexx classes or
classes from third parties.