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To deliver a code-free environment where projects can be created and deployed quickly, appRules employs “Sourced Values”. In simple terms, a Sourced Value allows you to quickly select a source for a value and an identifier for it. To specify a sourced value, you select the Source and then specify a value identifier (Source Value Identifier). Below are some examples of the many sourced values used in appRules:
The above examples give you an idea of how Sourced Values are defined and used in appRules. They can be used to get and set data anywhere in your projects.
By providing a rich set of editors to manage Sourced Values, appRules is able to provide a very powerful and flexible combination that gives users the fastest and most compact environment for configuring workflow activities, actions, conditions, and orchestrating processes.
Below is an example of Sourced Values used for configuring a query:
The example below shows Sourced Values in use for mapping.