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Determine which property/condition triggered refresh when



A section include has the ability to configure a refresh when condition on it.
This condition can be OR'd with another condition so that when either conditions are true, the refresh when condition will be satisfied. If the condition is satisified then any configured data transforms or activities will be invoked as well.

A developer would like to implement application logic that depends on knowing which condition was actually true to satisfy the refresh when condition, but PRPC does not support this level of granularity.

For example: 

A developer would like to perform different data manipulation depending on which condition actually returned true and has requested one of two implementations.

1) PRPC to natively support the ability to either fire off independent data transforms depending on which condition was actually met.


2) To fire off a common data transform which could accept some sort of reliable flag that indicates which condition is met. Data manipulation can be handled accordingly based on the flag.

Error Messages

Not Applicable 

Steps to Reproduce

Configure a section include which has a refresh when condition set.
OR this condition so the condition may be satisfied if either of the two different conditions are met.
Configure a data transform to be invoked to perform data manipulation.

Root Cause

PRPC does not support this feature. This is an enhancement.


Submitted product enhancement request item 
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Published March 9, 2016 - Updated October 8, 2020

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