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This article explains how you can set conditions to be treated as "optional" or "mandatory". It also gives you a knowledge map to explore these behaviour settings inside the Rainbird Studio.

When creating a rule in Rainbird, it is necessary to create conditions to ensure the rule will be triggered. Rainbird can treat the conditions in two different ways with the “optional” and “mandatory” behaviour settings. It is important for a Rainbird designer to understand how Rainbird will treat different conditions, as it will allow them to build knowledge maps with more precise logic.

Please continue reading the article following the subtopics:

  1. Mandatory/Optional - Changing the Mandatory and Optional setting
  2. Mandatory/Optional - Example Map
  3. Mandatory/Optional - Example Map: Mandatory Behaviour
  4. Mandatory/Optional - Example Map: Optional Behaviour
  5. Mandatory/Optional - Downloadable Model
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