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Basics

Before You Start

A worfkow applicaton with a configured workflow is required to check how the expressions work. You can create your custom workflow application and configure a workflow. You can also use any workflow application from our pre-designed solutions (see About One-Click Business Applications). Read More


Built-in Editor

Comindware Tracker provides the easy-to-use built-in editor for users. The built-in editor automatically suggests the list of possible functions and field identifiers while a user is typing. The editor also supports syntax highlighting and provides code formatting tools. Creating a validation rule using built-in editor Read More


Functions

This article describes the syntax and use of each function in the Comindware Expression Language. ADD()   Description Adds two values. Strings concatenation is not supported. Function syntax ADD(argument1, argument2) Arguments argument1: number; argument2: number argument1: duration; argument2: duration argument1: date/time; argument2: d... Read More


Objects

Most of the things you work with in Comindware Tracker are represented by instances of an Object data type. Object instances are the actual objects you see in Comindware Tracker, such as: account application workflow item task document workflow status value of a field of the List of values type. The List of values type is a type whose fields consi... Read More


Data Types

The following table shows the Comindware Tracker data types. Data type Description Object Use the Object data type to declare an object, for example, a task, an item, an application or an account. Number The Number data type represents floating-point values. String Use the String data type to define a series of characters. Boolean Use t... Read More


Literals

DATE()   Description Declares a date in ISO format. Date and time values are organized from the most to the least significant: year, month (or week), day, hour, minute, second, and fraction of second. Format Date: YYYY-MM-DD or YYYYMMDD Time: hh:mm:ss or hhmmss Syntax DATE(argument1) Arguments argument1: string Returns date/time ... Read More