OnError handling types for Actions

It would be usefull if I could set a complex Action to keep running through its process even if it has encoutered an error on one of its lines.

Sometimes I need an action to perform the last step even if one of the middle steps didn’t worked well.

A checkbox such as : OnError = continue or stop.
Current behavior is only Stop.

And we can’t send a notification to show what happened.

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Just to add to this here are the types of error handlers Make has to offer…

  • Resume allows you to specify a substitute output for the module with the error and the scenario execution status is marked as a success.
  • Ignore simply ignores the error and the scenario execution status is marked as a success
  • Break stores the input to the queue of incomplete executions and the scenario execution status is marked as a warning.

On the other hand, if a scenario execution should be stopped, one of the following directives need to be used:

  • Rollback stops the scenario execution immediately and marks its status as an error
  • Commit stops the scenario execution immediately and marks its status as a success
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