It's possible to write in the same line in a condition sentence a comparision between two Strings and other part comparing Booleans. For example:
((Form.name = 'name') and (Indicator.isNew = T))
I upload an image to show exactly the error mesage that it gives me CorticonStudio.
Ok, I will include as a idea.
I say because I'm trying to generating the rules automatically and I have to distingish programmaticaly if the expressions are different types.
Thanks a lot!
As the syntax error message describes, you can have a compound expression that uses the same Entity, but not different ones. You can submit a feature request in the ideas section for possible inclusion in a future release.
Alternatively, you could write the individual expressions and assign the result to a boolean attribute, and then compare the results of the two booleans in a separate rule.