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1 Introduction

Events are elements that are displayed as circles on a flow of your microflow and are usually placed at the end or the beginning of the flow:

For example, they are used to start or end your microflow, to break an iteration in a loop, or continue this iteration, depending on the type of the event. All of the events can be used both in a microflow or nanoflow, except for the error event.

You can add the following events to your flow:

  • Start Event – indicates the beginning of your microflow or nanoflow

  • End Event – defines where the flow stops

  • Error Event – defines where the microflow will stop and throw an error

  • Continue Event – used in loops to stop the current iteration and start the iteration of the next object

  • Break Event – used in loops to exit the loop and continue with the rest of the flow