what is the difference between lexical ooperators,logical operators?which one is mainly used in filter,broker?why?
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Answer / nivedita
lexical operators vs logical operators
Both are used to mention trigger condition. the only difference is "logical operators" gets validated at IS and broker level and "lexical " only at broker.
usually "lexical operator" is preferred to avoid duplicate validation.
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Answer / ramesh
Both operators are used to evaluate the trigger condition.But the difference is,
Logical operators are validated at IS level and lexical operators are evaluated at Broker and IS level
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