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Label/Jump To components

Label/Jump To components

While creating an automation, you may find that you want the automation to complete many processes and tasks. However, it is important that you keep the number of tasks and processes that you want the automation to complete to a minimum. Keeping the automations focused on specific smaller processes aids in the debugging of the solution by making it easier to locate the bug or error without affecting other automations. However, there are times where the structure of an automation defies that recommendation.

If this occurs, Studio has a component that allows you to organize and keep the automation neat and legible -- the Label/Jump To component. Label - Jump To functionality lets you connect one part of an automation to another part of the same automation. The Label/Jump To component cannot navigate the process to another automation. For example, if you have a very large automation in which you need to connect a variable and method, instead of a long execution line or data path, you can connect them with a Label-Jump To pair.

The Label/Jump To component can also be used in procedure automations by providing an organized way of exiting the automation and pass out automation parameters, as in the image below.

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The procedure automation provides success, failure, and failure message code exit points by using the Label/Jump To components to pass the message code and message details.

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