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I have a workflow in SPD10 and I want to tell the workflow to wait for two different conditions. So the workflow make the same thing after the wait of either the first or the second condition.

How can i do that?

Thank you.

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Is there any similarity between the two fields? You can use the operator does not contain, contains, etc to get your field to equal a certain value. Can you list the field and possible values, or otherwise what you are dealing with? – Mike Aug 6 '14 at 16:47
The field is "status", and it could be either rejected or ceo review. – Jamr Aug 6 '14 at 17:57
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I found a way to do this. Making the condition of the wait action to "match a regular expression". Yes, a RegEx. For example:

wait for "status" to match regular expresion "Rejected|CEO Review"

Hope this help someone else out there! :)

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