An introduction to the concept of datafields and how to write & create them.
DatafieldDetailsText datafields allow you to fill out general text, such as a party's name and address, the applicable law, etc.When creating conditions, text datafields are useful to differentiate between two or more separate and distinct options. For example: say you want to align applicable law ...
This article explains the different properties/options that can be added to datafields, such as a label, description, aliases and predefines.
Some rules of thumb for effectively using datafields.
This article explains how conditions should be written and how ClauseBase evaluates them.
This article provides a summary of codes that can be added to a clause for specific types of formatting, signature lines or to force input into a datafield that is used in a condition.
Introduction to data-expressions which can be used to avoid having to recreate a calculation across different clauses.