A lot of times before a form submission, changes to important values, etc. “Initialize” actions, you will want to prompt the User to get their confirmation on their action like the following:
Well.. The above is just for illustration and by no means you should irritate your Users, no matter how you dislike them =)
The Action that allow us to prompt and get a confirmation from the User is the “Get a confirmation from user” Action, which can cheap mlb jerseys be found under the “Notifications” section:
Now, based on the explanation from the production site the “OK” and “Cancel” buttons function like this:
- If the “OK” button is clicked, it will process the subsequent Actions.
- If the “Cancel” button it clicked, it will stop processing subsequent Actions.
- When the Action is used in a “If” to condition, clicking on the “OK” button will process the subsequent Actions. Click on the “Cancel” button will process the “Else” condition.
In the – sample, message B or C will still be processed after the user clicks on “Cancel” button. This is correct by design, since the production documentation states that it will only stop execution of follow-up Actions. So, an “If” is not an Action and thus will be processed regardless of the button clicked.
To make the above sample work, you will need to wrap Mac the Action within a Condition like the following:
This setup will ensure that when the User clicks on the “Cancel” button, the “Stop rule execution” Action is triggered and the rest of the Rule processing is aborted. If the User clicks on the “OK” button, the follow-up Actions and Conditions will be processed.
Now, what did I put in the “If an advanced condition is true” Condition?
It is a 1 cheap mlb jerseys = 1 condition which will ensure that it will always execute and support our “Get confirmation from user” scenario.
Hope this helps!