Using Logic

Logic steps in a simulation diagram represent an action that responds to user or system interaction. For example, logic objects can be configured to validate user entries, add or update business data based on input, or assign values to a variable.

Configuring logic steps allows you to build dynamic behavior into screens that mirror real processes. For example, you can build criteria into a logic step that validates a user name and password in an authentication page. Another example is using a logic step to direct a screen to access another screen based on variable user input.