How can I represent multiple input columns in a decision table as a single input column?

Hi all,

I would like to know if it’s possible to have 1 input column in a decision table represent multiple input columns?

For example, I have decision-1 called CustomerID and decision-2 called AccountID. They link up to decision-3 which is a decision table. By default, I will have 2 input columns called CustomerID and AccountID when the table is created. I want to have 1 single input column called ID that will take the output of both CustomerID and AccountID as input.

One solution I’ve thought of is to make CustomerID and AccountID a list to pass into ID, but ideally I want to avoid making it a list. Is there another way?

Please give me some advice on this.

Hi @sxu,

welcome to the Camunda community. :tada:

Please share your DMN example. It is easier to make a suggestion for a concrete example.

Why don’t you want to have two inputs?

If you combine both inputs to a single list then you would need to use a list expression or built-in function in the input entry.