A Condition defines the circumstances under which an action will be performed. This page explains how to manage conditions on your site.
1) Select the relevant action type from the drop-down box and click “Go”.
2) Click “Add new condition”.
Assign the condition an appropriate and unique name, by typing this into the “Condition name” text field (e.g. successful Visa AUTH).
Now choose the filters that you would like to be used in order to specify when the action occurs. Each filter displayed represents a different property that can be associated with a transaction. Ticking a checkbox selects the specific value.
When the drop-down box by a filter is set to “in” (default), the action will be performed when the request matches any of the fields ticked within this filter. When set to “not in”, the action will be performed when the request does not match the fields ticked in the box beneath it.
e.g. If “Payment types” “in” “American Express”, “Mastercard” and “Visa”
The action will only be performed when the customer uses any of the aforementioned payment types.
When you have selected all the filters required, click “Save”.
Conditions created on your MyST user account can be managed by clicking the “Conditions” tab above the table.
This tab will list any conditions configured on your MyST account (if you have no conditions configured, it will prompt you to create your first).
Viewing further details
Conditions are listed in a table with [+] icons to the left of each one. Clicking the [+] icon will cause the condition to expand in order to display its properties. When finished, you can click the [-] icon to collapse the condition, hiding the properties from view.
Clicking the [+] icon in the header row expands all conditions at once. Subsequently clicking the [-] icon in the header row will collapse all conditions at once, returning the table to its original state.
To modify the properties of a condition, click the condition name in the table.
You will be presented with a page that allows you to modify the condition.
Conditions in use
When modifying a condition that is being used by an active rule, a yellow warning is shown at the top of the page. This lists the number of rules that will be affected by the changes made, and their associated Trust Payments sitereference(s).
Using the checkboxes to the right of each condition, you can select conditions for deletion.
When you have selected the conditions you would like to delete, press the “Delete” button. You will be shown a confirmation prompt before deleting a condition(s). You can only delete conditions that are not part of an existing rule.
Deleting “IN USE” conditions
Conditions that are part of an existing rule are highlighted with the words “IN USE” in the “Delete” column. In order to delete these conditions, you must first delete the rules that are using the conditions in question.
Finding out which sites are using “IN USE” conditions
In order to find which sites have rules using “IN USE” conditions, click the condition name from the table under the “Manage conditions” tab to access the modify condition page. The number of rules using the condition and the sitereference(s) with which these rules are associated are shown in the yellow warning message at the top of the page.
When creating or modifying a condition, it is possible to specify your own custom filter in the “Advanced settings” tab. customfield1 is a field that can be submitted in a request.
e.g. The following request will match the condition: customfield1 is “store2″.
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