Configure Built-in Action: Split Flow by Context

Updated 5 days ago by Hallie

Context is the shared memory of an execution of a flow. For a certain action, context exposes all outputs of previous actions so that they can be used as input, and save the output of the action so that it can similarly be used later on.

In order to create an action switched by matched context, follow the steps below:

  1. Click Split Flow by Context > Click (+) icon at a position you want to add

  1. Choose input parameters (outputs of previous actions)

Click dashes icon to choose outputs of previous actions:

  • Outputs of previous actions: will be at the top of the list.
  • Trigger Event: Outputs of the initial Trigger.

*Other available parameters:

  • Execution Properties:
    • Execution Start At: the time this flow is triggered.
    • Execution UUID: Execution identity number.
    • Idempotency Key:
  • Function:
    • Generate random UUID: to generate a random UUID for each action.
    • Format Datetime: to convert timestamp into a particular format.
    • Duration Between:
      • First Datetime: Execution Properties > Execution Start At.
      • Second Datetime: Function > Current Timestamp.

  1. Configure your paths > Add

  • Has Default Patch: If no context matches, the call will be routed to Default branch.

  1. Go to each branch > configure the next actions as you wish


Other Buit-in actions:

  1. Split Flow by Input
  2. Split Flow by Condition

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