Action Chain can be defined at application, flow and page level
Action chains can be defined at all three levels – application, flow, and page. The chains defined at parent level can be used by the chains at sibling or child levels. The following pictures show action chains created at application, flow and page level respectively.
The following picture shows a page action chain that uses a Call Action Chain action to call a chain defined at flow level (parent) and application level (root level).
Leveraging this feature, we can define chains once at a higher level and share them with all child flows and pages. In this example, we created three common action chains at the application level. They perform navigation functions to previous page, to another flow, and to another page in a flow. These functions are frequently used in all parts of a web application. Read the complete article here.
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