The condition Content Relation Item Assigned checks if a specific content item or any content item has been assigned in a relationship field to another content item e.g. check if the Press Kit has a Logo (or the correct Logo) and a Hero Shot (or the correct Hero Shot).

(lightbulb) Triggers the moment an item is assigned in the provided Relationship Field, either any value (leave refId empty) or a specific value (provide refId). 

Use Content Relation Item Assigned inside AND/OR to check for multiple assignments to Relationship Fields e.g. to check if Press Kit Has a Hero Shot and a Logo, then make it public (assign Permission Set)

{
    "kind": "AndCondition",
    "conditions": [
		{
			"kind": "ContentRelationItemAssignedCondition",
			"fieldPath": "pressKit.heroShot",
			"contentId": "6517nls8465os810401ub"
		},
		{
			"kind": "ContentRelationItemAssignedCondition",
			"fieldPath": "pressKit.logo",
			"contentId": "6517nls8465os810401ub"
		}
	]
}
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Specific Definitions

The ID is used in the Business Rule, so you can update the list item attributes at any time. 

Property

Value

kind

ContentRelationItemAssignedCondition

fieldpath

layerId.fieldId

contentSchemaId.fieldId

Details on accessing field values, specifically fieldpath starts lowercase

Supports JSON path syntax which you can test here: https://jsonpath.com.

contentId

The Content Item ID of the Content Item to check, which you see in the URL when you double-click to open the Content Item. 

This is optional. You can leave it empty if you want to check any assignments in the field. 

You can get the refId by opening up the List Item in Detail View and check the URL. 

Is the Hero Shot Assigned?

{
	"kind": "ContentRelationItemAssignedCondition",
	"fieldPath": "pressKit.heroShot",
	"contentId": "6517nls8465os810401ub"
}
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