TransLution™ supports the concept of a decision step – a way to manage the process flow that the end-user sees.

For example, if the user scans an item barcode for a lot-traceable item, we want to ask them to enter the lot number. However, if the item scanned is not lot-traceable, we want to miss that step. Or you may ask the user to select an option from a list such as Accept, Reject, Check Quality. Depending on the option they select, you want them to be taken to the appropriate next step. Decision steps are the way to do this. When defining a decision step you simply specify the True Step and the False Step rather than the Next step.

As with Manipulations and Validations, TransLution™ is shipped with a set of standard decisions. And, as before, new Decisions can be created and shipped out as required.