The End plugin can be used to terminate the workflow. It is designed to wrap the entire process of a workflow and provide the last action.
The current plugin version is 0.1.
End plugin functions as a termination point for the workflow, halting the flow of data. The operation inside the 'run' method of this plugin is simple: it accepts a payload as an input and does not return anything, signifying the end of the workflow. The plugin does not modify the execution graph which means there's no update to the internal state of the workflow (event, profile, session).
Inputs and Outputs
The End plugin has one input port:
- payload: This port accepts a payload object. An example of a payload object can be a dictionary that holds data passed in the workflow.
This plugin does not generate any output, hence no output ports.
The End plugin does not require any configuration. Its functionality is predefined.
No configuration is required for this plugin, thus no JSON example is provided.
The End plugin does not require any external resources to be configured.
The End plugin does not throw any specific exceptions.