Node at the end of a loop. It is used to mark the end of a workflow
loop and collects the intermediate results by row-wise
of the incoming tables. The start of the loop is defined by the loop
start node, in which you can define how often
the loop should be
executed (either fixed or derived from data, e.g. the
start"). All nodes in between are executed
that many times.
How should row keys, which must be unique, be
generated in the output
Generate new Row IDs
' generates new row IDs sequential in the form Row0, Row1 etc.; '
Unique Row IDs by appending suffix
' appends '_Iter#' and the iteration number to the incoming Row ID; '
Leave Row IDs unchanged
' leaves incoming Row IDs unchanged. Nodes which previously had
'Uniquify Row IDs' set, will follow the second option
Add iteration column
Adds a column to the output table containing the
iteration number, starting with 0
Ignore empty input tables
Selecting this option means the structure of empty
input tables at the
specified port will be ignored and they will not
cause the node to fail
Allow changing column types
Tables in which the column names remain constant,
but the types change between iterations will be allowed to pass. The
type of columns changed will be the simplest type common to all input
types. A message will be sent to the console explaining any failures
Allow changing table specs
Tables in which more complex changes to the table
structure occur will be allowed to pass. This setting overrides the
'Allow changing column types' setting. If this option is not set, a
message will be sent to the console explaining any failures.
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