Create a condition statement using the condition builder A condition builder constructs a condition statement with a series of contextually generated fields. Condition builders are used in many operations, such as creating filters, administering surveys, and administering access control. Before you beginRole required: admin About this task A condition consists of three parts. Part Description Field A choice list based on the table and user access rights. The choice list can include fields on related tables by dot-walking. Operator A choice list based on the field type. For example, in the Incident [incident] table, the greater than operator does not apply to the Active field but it does apply to the Priority field. Value A text entry field or a choice list, depending on field type. For example, in the Incident [incident] table, the Active field offers a choice list with the values true, false, and empty, while the Short Description field offers a text entry field. Note: The condition builder in the list filter has a different appearance in List v2 and List v3. In UI16, condition builders in forms can be configured to look and work like the List v3 condition builder. Procedure To add a dependent condition, click AND or OR next to the condition. To add a top-level condition: VersionAction List v2 Click AND or OR on the condition builder toolbar above the conditions. List v3 Click New Criteria. To remove a condition: VersionAction List v2 Click the delete icon (X) next to the condition. List v3 Click the remove condition icon (⊝) next to the condition. Figure 1. Example AND condition in List v2 filter Figure 2. Example OR condition in List v3 filter Condition builderA condition builder constructs a condition statement with a series of contextually generated fields. Condition builders are used in many operations, such as creating filters, administering surveys, and administering access control.Operators available for filters and queriesThe system provides a set of operators for use with filters, condition builders, and encoded queries. The data type of a field determines what operators are available for it.