Using a Boolean Variable in a Branch

Have you ever created a boolean variable to set whether specific conditions were met in your ProcessFlow and then used a Branch based off of whether it was true or false?

Did you use the condition variable==true?

Did you know that since your variable is either true or false that you could just reference the variable name as your condition and whatever the boolean value was the Branch would interpret that correctly.

So, instead of using variable==true you could just use variable.

David Williams, Principal Consultant

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Have you ever created a boolean variable to set whether specific conditions were met in your ProcessFlow and then used a Branch based off of whether it was true or false?

Did you use the condition variable==true?

Did you know that since your variable is either true or false that you could just reference the variable name as your condition and whatever the boolean value was the Branch would interpret that correctly.

So, instead of using variable==true you could just use variable.

David Williams, Principal Consultant