In the state activity,
- the entry actions are performed first,
- then trigger actions,
- then the exit actions
- then the transition conditions are evaluated,
- then the actions inside transition conditions
- and then transitioned to different state
What’s the meaning behind such logic? Can someone give a real life example and a workflow utilizing all these states?
I’m looking for a detailed explanation. I’ve seen multiple UiPath forum links where they gave an explanation of these actions but none of them gave a real life example of the workflow which utilises these states. Some of them attached workflows but there’s nothing in the exit section, trigger actions. Even I see that ReFramework doesn’t utilize state machine properly. ReFramework doesn’t have any activities in exit section and trigger actions by default. User has to define activities inside them if needed.