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Defining a Stop Step

It is recommended that the Stop step be used only in Workflow Processes invoked from a script.

To define a stop step

  1. Select the appropriate workflow process in the Workflow Processes OBLE.
  2. Right-click and choose Edit Workflow Process.
  3. Drag and drop the Stop icon from the palette to the workspace.
  4. In the WF Steps applet, enter a name for the step, and a description of the purpose of the step.
  5. Select an error code.

    NOTE:  To define a custom error message, select an error code starting with WF_ERR_CUSTOM. The error message displayed will be %1. To define the text of the custom error message, enter an input parameter with the name %1, and then enter the text of the message in the value field for input arguments.

  6. Enter an error message.
  7. If you need to define input arguments for this step, continue to Defining Stop Step Input Arguments.
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