This node complements the CASE Switch Start node. It merges the created branches into a single output
port. Typically, only one branch is active, and the content on that branch is forwarded to the output
port. In case the Switch is used for data ports, additional options for merging the data tables on
multiple active branches are offered.
The type of the input and output ports can be chosen when adding an output port using the “…” menu. The type of the output port can be changed by removing and adding it again with a new type.
Note for flow variable ports:
The values for existing flow variables will always be those at the top-most port of the end node,
even if they are changed on an active branch (that is not connected to the top-most port).
However, new variables created in any active branch will behave as expected.
If you want to change the value of existing variables, please create a new flow variable, and use
its value to overwrite the old variable after the CASE Switch End node.
If all branches are inactive, the flow variables of the top branch are passed through.
To migrate from the deprecated CASE Switch Model (End) node, select Generic Port when creating the output port.
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