Rules in flexiPIM are used for Bulk Edit of products based on some conditions. For example, if you want to change a product from one category to another based on some attribute value, we can do it using flexiPIM rules.
Simple Rule- Applicable to all the products in flexiPIM
Channel Based Rules- Applicable to products mapped to a particular channel
Step 1: Login with your credentials Step 2: Hover sidebar on the left side to access the hamburger menu Step 3: Click on 'Associations' to expand, then click 'Rules'
Step 4: On top right corner of the table, click the 'Create' button Step 5: It shows dropdown menu, and Click on the 'Simple Rule' to create a simple rule or click on the 'Channel-based Rule' to create a rule for the particular channel
Step 6: The page of the 'Rules' is displayed
Enter a unique name for the rule to be created for identity.
Condition are used to specify the conditions for rules.
In the first line, you will find a dropdown with values, anyone and all.
If you want to create rules which satisfy all your conditions, then you need
If you're going to create rules which meet any one of the conditions, then
you need to select
Anyone. Then click on the
Plus Icon if you want to add conditions.
After clicking on the plus icon, a new row is added to the condition. Later, it would be best if you created conditions for the rules.
Action are used to create action for the rules. Like conditions,
you can add
N numbers of actions.
Step 7: Enter the required fields Step 8: Click on the 'Save' button
Step 1: Once Rules are created, they will be listed in the rules list Step 2: Click on the 'Eye' icon button to view particular rules in detail
Step 3: From the rules preview page, you can execute rules by clicking on the 'Execute' button on the top right of the page. If the rule is currently running, this button will be disabled until the rule execution completes. Step 4: In the affected Product section, you can find a list of products affected by executing rules. In the log page, you can find a log of rules executed in the past.