Generally in decision table once a row condition is satisfied we can return from Decision table instance, there is no need of executing all the other rows.
Is there any specific reason for not returning?
Design: There are 100 rows in decision table.
Problem: If the condition is met at the second row still it continues to check for other rows in the table, which is not required.
Solution: Can we add a return; statement like below? Are there any performance issues or anything else impacted because of adding return.
Thanks in Advance