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Introduction

  • The Try/Catch Instruction adds error handling to a number of job nodes in a workflow.
  • If one of the jobs in the Try block fails, then the jobs in the Catch block are executed and those in the Try block are skipped.
    • If a job in a Catch block fails, then the order is considered being failed.
    • An empty Catch block can be used to force the successful outcome of order execution.
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Feature Video

This video explains how to automate the handling of job errors in workflows.

Workflow Instruction: Try/Catch



Explanation

  • If the first or second job within the Try block fails then the jobs in the Catch block will be executed and those in the Try block will be skipped.
  • If the jobs in the Catch block are executed successfully then the order will continue with the instruction after the Try-End node and otherwise the order will fail and will be halted in the Catch block.
  • An empty Catch block indicates successful outcome and makes an order move to the next instruction.

Further Resources

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