Before setting your own business rules to manage the Booking Calendar we strongly suggest that you become familiarised with being able to create business rules by reading this help article: BDP Command – Business rules walkthrough We recommend that these are initially set-up in the BDP training environment and NOT in the live environment, please […]
Articles Tagged: Placeholders
Within the BDP rule builder, it is possible to have interchangeable blocks of text which appear under different conditions. This may be useful if, for example, you want to email the seller of a property to inform them that EITHER a formal OR an informal note of interest (NOI) has been placed on their property. […]
As the system evolves we will be adding new placeholders to ensure that you can customise forms, emails and documents in the greatest detail. We will shortly be bringing out a live document with every placeholder available on BDP. In the meantime this page here will contain the latest additions. propertyDetails.typeNames.0 – This is the ‘Super […]
To provide the opportunity to display different text depending on placeholder values conditional statements exist. In the following a set of examples is shown for the usage of conditional statements in document templates and for the usage in email templates within the preamble.
Usage in documents: Syntax: [var.placeholdertype.placeholder;if [val]=1;then ‘option one’;else ‘option two’] [var.placeholdertype.placeholder;if [val]= ‘valueTocheck’;then ‘option one’;else ‘option two’] Example 1: This example returns ‘Enabled’ if the brochure fee is activated for the property. If the fee is deactivated the text ‘Not Enabled shows up’. [var.fees.bd.BrochureFee.inUse;noerr;if [val]=1;then ‘Enabled’;else ‘NotEnabled’] Example 2: This example returns the name […]
As part of the update to BDP we have decided to remove the need for the Date of Entry field to be mandatory when setting a case to sold. Now when you are setting a house to sold you may leave it blank. If empty it will display TBC rather than the Date of Entry. […]