Here’s how you can implement Error Handling by a custom Try Catch fashion.
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As a programmer, using Try-Catch is a common programming practice to handle exceptions. Now, since we’ve moved more towards low-code platform implementations, error handling here is a must as well. Generally, if a Flow fails as per below, we should be able to handle the exceptions effectively – And this is what happened to my action step – And this Flow will end in Failed Run status.
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