Azuqua’s new “If Error” function card allows you to easily build error handling without extra child FLOs. It also allows you to continue the FLO even if an error occurs midstream.
- If a crucial step in your FLO fails, you may want to be notified immediately. In If Error, you can set this up quickly.
In the Try section, include the actions you want to monitor:
In the If Error section, include steps to send notifications:
- If you want to continue the FLO after the error occurs and perhaps you need an output from the Try or the Error, you can set that up easily:
In the Try section, include the actions you want to first attempt. Pull the output you need if succesfull:
In the Error section, include your actions and pull ouput you need if there is an error: