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About Proposition Filter rules

Suggest edit Updated on March 11, 2021

Proposition filters allow you to define the validity, eligibility, and relevancy criteria for a set of strategy results (propositions). The filters set the proposition's behavior to true (offer the proposition) or false (do not offer the proposition).

You can define logical expressions in the Proposition Filter rule with the When rule and the Strategy rule instances, or directly use properties from the top level class of the proposition filter. A proposition filter uses the page count that is provided by a strategy, instead of the strategy results. When a strategy results in the creation of one or more pages, its output is interpreted as true. When there are no results, the output is interpreted as false.

Proposition filter records are synchronized with propositions, including versioned and unversioned propositions. Any changes in the associated decision data instances are reflected in the proposition filter records.

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Proposition filters are used in strategies in the Filter component.


You can use the Records Explorer to list all the Proposition Filter rules that are available in your application.


Proposition filters are part of the Decision category. A proposition filter is an instance of the Rule-Decision-PropositionFilter type.

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