- You can provide jinja-templated string inputs at many places in the LogicHub product. For example: Some action inputs are jinja-templated
- You can define all your custom logic (if-else etc) that is supported by jinja2-templating engine.
- Most common usage is you have a jinja-templated input text box and you want to substitute the values from one or more columns that can differ for each row. For example: Let's say you were creating multiple cases in LogicHub through Case Management and you want the case-title to be prefixed
LHUB-followed by some id that is unique per row in the parentTable. the corresponding jinja-template for Case Title can be on the following lines:
id_column is a column in the parentTable
For more information, see Jinja Templates.
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