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When a for-loop is executed after
the "get confirmation from user
" action rule
, the for-loop and other rules that follow are still fired even though the 'Cancel' button is selected.
Here is an example that illustrates the issue.
The rules are configured as follows:
1. On the confirmation dialog box, click on the "Cancel" button.
2. The for-loop and show a message rules are still active. The expected behavior is that it should not continue with the execution of the rules.
This has been logged as a bug and will be addressed in a future release.
As a workaround, you may add an unbound rule for the for-loop and the other rules that follow.
Then, call the unbound rule as a nested rule. Use the "Execute another rule" action rule.