Throw an error that can be catched by surrounding try blocks
Sometimes you may encounter a situation where it makes no sense to continue with the execution of the subsequent blocks.
With this building block you can manually throw an error to abort the execution. Your error can then be catched by a surrounding try / catch blocks.
- Add proper error handling to your flow
The only configuration is the error message. Pick your error message wisely so that it can be catched by surrounding try / catch blocks.
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Last Updated: 11/30/18