The node can be configured to handle either of the definitions of missing or both.
For example if you have a scenario where you have RowIds but no columns if you want to return a completely empty table then ensure the 'Remove row where no columns are present' is selected. If you only wont to manipulate the table when no columns are present (for example when working through a loop giving different input) then ensure 'Remove row where no columns are present' is checked and 'Remove entirely Missing Cell rows' is not checked. If both are selected you will also lose rows that consist of only missing cells.
Output when 'Remove entirely Missing Cell rows' is enabled:
If unchecked no change will be seen.
Second example input:
Expected output if 'Remove row where no columns are present' is checked (a completely empty table):
If unchecked the table will remain unchanged.
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