If a work order contains multiple tasks, you can create dependencies between the tasks
that determine the order in which tasks are performed.
These dependencies set and enforce the order in which a single agent or multiple agents perform
the tasks. For example, on a work order for a new server, one agent might install the server, the
upstream task, and a different agent might configure the server after installation is complete,
the downstream task. You can specify multiple dependencies, both upstream and downstream, for a
single task. The system prevents circular relationships where two tasks are dependent on each
other by considering all upstream dependencies when deciding if a task can be auto-assigned.
Note: Dependencies can only be set for work order tasks in the