Success Action

With the help of the success action it is possible to ensure that a node or an entire stream is successful even though it fails. Why should someone do this?

It would be conceivable, for example, that a stream triggered by the "create_user" event should copy something. The user is only created if the stream is successful. If the copying process is unsuccessful for any reason, no user will be created. Since the "create_user" event is also triggered if, for example, a user is added via the AD (and that can be many at once), no user would be created. In this case, the fail output of the copy node could be linked to a success action to ensure that the stream is always successful. In doing so, however, you have to accept that the copying process may not be carried out and you would not notice this.