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transformations:breakpoint [2021/11/16 18:15] – [Use cases] dmitrytransformations:breakpoint [2022/01/31 14:57] (current) – Update to 5.1.2 modes. craigt
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 =====Description===== =====Description=====
-This action stops project execution without producing an error.  This action only works in EasyMorph Desktop and only in the current module. It's ignored in called/iterated modules or when executed not in EasyMorph Desktop.+This action stops project execution without producing an error.  This action only works in EasyMorph Desktop and only in the current module. It's ignored in called/iterated modules or when not executed in EasyMorph Desktop.
  
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 =====Use cases===== =====Use cases=====
 //Breakpoint// is useful for debugging heavy workflows by inserting them between actions to prevent downstream calculations and/or move through one chain of actions at a time. //Breakpoint// is useful for debugging heavy workflows by inserting them between actions to prevent downstream calculations and/or move through one chain of actions at a time.
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-Alternating workflow branches can be created for comparing the outcomes of two different process paths (see the illustration below). 
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-{{  transformations:breakpoint_small.png?580  }} 
  
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 =====Action settings===== =====Action settings=====
 ^ Setting  ^ Description  ^ ^ Setting  ^ Description  ^
-|Current state|The present state of the action.  Options:  //Break// (active; project execution stops at the Breakpoint) or //Continue// (inactive; project bypasses the Breakpoint).| +|Current state|This displays the current state of the action.  Options:  //Break// (active; project execution will stop at the Breakpoint) or //Continue// (inactive; project bypasses the Breakpoint).| 
-|State on project opening|The default state of the action when the project is opened.  Options:  //Break// (active; project execution stops at the Breakpoint) or //Continue// (inactive; project bypasses the Breakpoint).| +|Mode|Refer to the table below for details about each Breakpoint mode.|
-|Change state|Select when this action's state toggles from "Break" to "Continue", or "Conintue" to "Break" Options://Never//, //Alternate on each run//, or //On condition// See below for details.|+
  
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-====Change state settings====+====Mode settings====
 ^ Setting  ^ Description  ^ ^ Setting  ^ Description  ^
-|Never|The action keeps the currently configured state ("Break" or "Continue").| +|Break, continue on manual run|The workflow will stop.  This action, and all downstream actions, must be run manually.| 
-|Alternate on each run|The state toggles from "Break" to "Continue", or "Continue" to "Break"on each subsequent run of the workflow.| +|Constant breakpoint state|Set the Breakpoint state whenever the project is opened.  Options:  //Break// or //Continue//.  In this modeyou can also set the //Current state//.| 
-|On condition|Halt the workflow execution when a specific condition is met prior to reaching the Breakpoint.  Options:  //Halt if table is empty//, //Halt if table is NOT empty//, //Halt if the condition is true for EVERY row// (enter an expression to evaluate) or //Halt if the condition is true for ANY row// (enter an expression to evaluate).+|Break on condition|The workflow stops if the selected condition is met.  Options:  //Break if table is empty//, //Break if table is NOT empty//,\\ //Break if the condition is true for EVERY row//, and //Break if the condition is true for ANY row//.\\ \\ For either of the "condition" options, select how EasyMorph will react if the condition refers to a field, but the table has no rows (e.g. data) at the time of the Breakpoint. Options: //Break anyway// or //Do NOT break//.|
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-For either of the "condition" options, select how EasyMorph will react if the condition refers to a field, but the table has no rows (e.g. data) at the time of the Breakpoint. Options: //Break anyway// or //Do NOT break//. +
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transformations/breakpoint.txt · Last modified: 2022/01/31 14:57 by craigt

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