The Start node marks the beginning of a script. The Script Editor
automatically inserts the Start node when you create a new script; a script
must have one and only one Start node.
You do not define any properties for the Start node. However, you can add
comments and connection labels:
Figure 1. Start Properties
Use the Comment node (in the General tab of the Palette) to include a
block comment in a script. A block comment provides general documentation
for a script or section of a script:
Figure 2. The Comment Icon
Figure 3. Comment Properties
For example, you might add a comment describing the purpose of the script.
You can move and resize the comment box within the script.
If you choose the Auto-Size Height option, you cannot adjust the height of
Line Connector Node
Use the Line Connector node (in the General tab of the Palette) to make
routing and administrative scripts clear and understandable.
Figure 4. The Line Connector Icon
A script can be difficult to understand and the call flow hard
to follow if:
The connecting lines between nodes are too long.
The connecting lines go in different directions.
The connecting lines run over other nodes and other connection
The Line Connector node allows you to break and reconnect lines using one
or more of its multiple input connections and single output connection. Any
request coming into this node (on any one of the multiple inputs) goes to
the single output connection of the line connector node.
For the Line Connector node, you define the connection labels: