Workflow Combiner

Allows to connect various workflows into one workflow. Free output ports from one workflow are connected to the free input ports of the consecutive workflow. The actual pairing of those output and input ports can be configured.
Please note that the workflow name as well as the workflow editor settings (such as grid or connection settings) of the result workflow will be inherited from the workflow at the first input port.


Workflow Connections

Connect workflow i with (i+1)
For each pair of consecutive workflows (in the order of the workflow ports), select if and how to connect the outputs of the first workflow to the inputs of the second workflow.
Default configuration: By default (i.e. if not configured otherwise) the inputs of each workflow will be automatically connected with the outputs of the predecessor workflow, i.e., the workflow connected to the previous input port. The i-th output of workflow j will be connected to the i-th input of workflow j+1 . If the default pairing of inputs and outputs cannot be applied (because of a non-matching number of inputs and outputs or incompatible port types), the node can not be executed and requires manual configuration.
Manual configuration: If the default configuration is not applicable or not desired, the output to input pairing can be chosen manually. This is done by selecting the outputs that are to be connected to an inputs of the subsequent workflow. Only compatible port types are eligible.

Input Ports

First workflow to be connected.
Second workflow to be connected.
Workflow to be connected to its predecessor.

Output Ports

Workflow derived by connecting all input workflows in order of their appearance.


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