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Today, an Operation in the workflow allows for "when" conditions to be configured, however this same functionality does not exist on the Validation.
This is extremely limiting, as we are not able to set up validations to check that required fields are not empty based on conditions. For example, if an issue is marked as a policy deviation, then the policy and control fields are required, and we'd like to add validation for those fields being not empty when the issue is a policy deviation, but this is not possible.
As a result, we have to make the fields required, but this prevents users from saving the record without completing these fields, which is very frustrating for users.
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