Next you’ll test your policy to make sure it does what you expect.
- Go to Payment checks policy and click the Test tab. , then select the
In the Request section, in the
Attributes list, select the
Amount attribute and enter
10900 as the attribute value.
The Visualization tab shows a deny result, as you'd expect, because the amount is over 10000. The policy is working.
Now let’s test a value less than 10,000 to see if the policy handles it.
Click the Testing Scenario tab, enter
9900 as the attribute value, and click
A second Test Results tab is displayed that shows a result that's not applicable. Your rule only applies to amounts greater than or equal to 10000, so right now the rule doesn’t apply to amounts less than 10000. This neutral decision indicates that the policy doesn’t apply in this situation.
You have more work to do with your policy to account for amounts less than $10,000 USD.
You used the amount attribute to build a basic policy with a rule that denies payments over $10,000 USD. Then you tested your policy and found that it doesn’t account for payments less than $10,000 USD.
Let’s update and retest the policy.