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Error block

The error block throws an error message and it will cause the current execution run to be in a failed or warning state.

Error block

An error block is commonly used in following situation:

  • When you want your automation to throw an error so the current run will have a failed or warning state.

Configuring an error block

Configure the error block to set up what happens when your automation has an error.


The inputs for an error block are a required error message and an action to take.


Enter a custom error message that is displayed when this block is executed.


Choose to continue the automation or stop the execution when this block is executed.

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