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So far you have learned about static navigation, where, for a particular action, the control flow always navigates to the same task flow activity. You can, however, bring more flexibility into the task flow through the use of a router activity. This allows a rule to be evaluated and, depending on the result, navigate to different task flow activities.
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Let s consider this simple example: On creating a new order, you gather different information for U.S. customers than you do for non-U.S. customers. You therefore want to navigate to one page for U.S. customers but to a different page for non-U.S. customers based on some information in this case, the NlsTerritory of the customer. The router activity allows you to define expressions that are evaluated in order to decide which control flow the router will navigate. You can also define a default navigation case, specified by the Default Outcome property of the router activity. So how do you define these navigation expressions
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you want to create a routing expression based on information about a customer, you need to create a binding to that information so that the router activity can access it. Right-click the router activity and select Create Page Definition. This allows you to create an attribute binding to the NlsTerritory attribute of the customer. You can then add an expression for each of the navigation cases. In the Property Inspector for the router activity, create two navigation cases, and, using the Expression Builder, enter an expression #{bindings.NlsTerritory.inputValue == 'AMERICA'} and define the Outcome to use if this expression is true. Also enter the expression for the other Outcome, #{bindings.NlsTerritory .inputValue !='AMERICA'}, which checks for non-U.S. customers.
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NOTe A routing expression can also be based on information such as a parameter passed into the task flow, or from a managed or backing bean for a page. Task flow parameters are covered later in this chapter, while managed and backing beans are covered in later chapters.
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The final example covered here is how you can call another task flow from within a task flow. There are two parts to this: calling the bounded task flow and defining what should happen when the called task flow completes.
Task Flow Call Calling a bounded task flow from within a task flow is
similar to calling any other task flow activities: either drag and drop a bounded task flow from the Application Navigator, or drop on a task flow call activity from the Component Palette and then select the task flow into the task flow activity Document and ID properties. You can then define control flow cases to and from this task flow call.
Task Flow return For a bounded task flow, you also need to define where
control should be passed when the bounded task flow exits. This is done by dropping a task flow return onto the bounded task flow.
You need to indicate to which control flow in the calling task flow control should be returned. To do so, set the Outcome Name property of the task flow return to a control flow on the calling task flow.
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Task Flow with Page Fragments
Until now, the purpose of a task flow has been to manage the navigation of application flow, including pages. However, there is another side to ADF Controller. Rather than navigating distinct pages, a task flow can navigate page fragments. What are page fragments As the name suggests, these are fragments of a page. So, rather than navigating to a new page, the task flow would be embedded inside a region of a page, and only that region would change as the task flow steps through its defined fragments. This might be useful if, for example, you want to remain on the orders confirmation page as you step through the various page fragments to enter details of the shipping address, billing information, and payment details.
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