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If you click View in Decision Table Creator and select either "Invalid Actions" or "Invalid Conditions", what is that supposed to tell you?

Both either highlight all of my Actions or all of my Conditions, respectively.

I wonder if it's because it's using some sort of default evaluation.

Does anyone know if this software can be extended?

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  • I am not sure this question fits the SQA site's scope, probably Software Recommendations or SuperUser?
    – alecxe
    Aug 24, 2017 at 0:18
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    It fits the scope, but Software Recommendations or SuperUser may be able to give better answers. The project appears to be dead, since the code hasn't updated since 2012.
    – Kate Paulk
    Aug 24, 2017 at 11:26

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The Invalid Actions and Invalid Conditions options in Decision Table Creator are likely features that allow you to view and identify any actions or conditions in your decision table that may be invalid or not meeting the specified criteria. When you select either of these options, the software likely highlights all actions or conditions that it considers to be invalid, so that you can review and make any necessary changes.

It is possible that the software is using a default evaluation to determine which actions or conditions are invalid, but without more information about the specific software you are using, it is difficult to say for sure.

In general, most software can be extended or customized through the use of plugins or extensions. However, whether or not a particular piece of software can be extended would depend on the specific features and capabilities of that software. It would be best to consult the documentation or support resources for the Decision Table Creator software to see if it has any options for extending its functionality.

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