This document describes a method used to test small segments of content.
Note: This is not the only method, but it is a handy one.
The information in this document is based on Tidal Enterprise Orchestrator 2.1.2 or later. The user should have a general knowledge of process authoring and programming concepts.
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An easy way to test segments of content (much like a segment of code) is to use a start point and an end point. In the process editor, click on the toolbox (far left) and go to the Logic tab in order to find these two components. Drag and drop start points into the content to create a start point. You can also drag and drop the "completed" component (end point). You can change "completed" to be something different, if the situation requires.
After you name the start point and place the end point after the proper part of the content, you can run the process ad-hoc and select the proper start point from the ad-hoc run menu. This will only run the content from that start point to the first end point.