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Jimmy
Nintex Newbie

Violating the Rule of 2 Logical Arguments

I'm new to the logic we can use when forming a condition for a rule.

It seems that whenever I add the && it doesn't work, and it causes my other rules on the form to stop working.
How would I make the following rule work?

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Thank you

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Nintex Employee
Nintex Employee

Re: Violating the Rule of 2 Logical Arguments

Hi,

You could try writing your rule like:

and(is edit mode,equals(my requester approver(display name),Current User(display name)))

Also the second rule will not work.  The not() runtime function is designed to reverse the outcome of a rule in Nintex Forms.  It cannot be nested inside other functions.

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Jimmy
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Re: Violating the Rule of 2 Logical Arguments

Thank you. Would the != also not work because of the effort of using it in a nested function or would another format work?
Could I make two rules that would do the same outcome as the original rule?
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Nintex Employee
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Re: Violating the Rule of 2 Logical Arguments

The operator != should work nested but I have not tested it.
If you provide a sample form of what you are trying to do I may be able to assist.
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