It would be helpful to be able to hide the fact that my connector function has “failed” from the user. Currently I believe we have the option of turning off all error messages for the user but I’d love to be able to turn off error messages by Trigger. I am not a programmer and there is probably a much more elegant way to do what I am doing but I have created an app that takes a variable number of inputs and runs connector functions on them, without using a for loop, I just hard coded the ability to use 1-5 number of inputs. When the user inputs say, 3 inputs, my connector functions for inputs 4 and 5 “fail” as expected and it would be nice for the user to not see an error.
You should change the connector behaviour here.
It should give a valid output that you interpret in your app als empty. This might be Null or 0 or a text like “There was no input for value 5” or whatever fits your needs.
It is never a good idea, to suppress error messages.
Do you use a SQL or HTTP connector? How did you “hardcode” 5 inputs? There are several ways to realize this.
In all honesty, I don’t really understand connectors all that much, I’ve worked with Aaron to get the connector to work for what I’m looking for. Its a HTTP connector from Tulip to Tulip to enable certain functionalities not natively available.