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  • use of evaluate tag within action-state tag

    Hi All

    1) This may be a simple question but i was wondering, can you use more than 1 evaluate tag within an action-state tag? I ask because in the snippet below, only the first evaluate tag seems to be processed by web flow. the second one is simply ignored I am using webflow 2.0.8.

    Code:
    <action-state id="myActionState">
       <evaluate expression="mybean.methodOne()"/>
       <evaluate expression="mybean.methodTwo()"/>
       <transition to="someView"/>
    </action-state>
    Last edited by quophyie; Mar 2nd, 2010, 04:42 AM.

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    Yes you can, but you'll need to name the actions that you wish to drive the transition. It's a bit awkward, but it's finally been documented in the SWF reference guide. See this section of the guide, specifically the middle of the page in the "Named Actions" section.

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