Along the same lines (somewhat), does EG 4.1 allow you to STOP the process flow should one of your code nodes fail. If an earlier step fails, can you prevent the rest of the process flow from running?
Message was edited by: rup45 at Apr 5, 2006 1:27 PM
I think it would be a great addition and will help when working through error handling especially. You are unable to use something like an ABORT statement when trying to terminate execution in EG - currently we're getting around this by coding conditional INCLUDES and/or macros.
EG4 has improved things slightly with regard to errors. In eg3 if a step failed then the process flow continued and could easily use old versions of the data which should have been generated in the failed step. In 4 there is a delete data sets and formats task enabling you delete generated data sets before you start. Then at least the whole thing fails and does not give apparently updated results based on old data.