Synchronous and asynchronous execution

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Overview

Functions in StackState run with either synchronous or asynchronous execution. For some functions it is possible to choose the execution type.

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Event handler functions

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Propagation functions

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Component actions

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Check functions

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Component mapper functions

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Id extractor functions

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Relation mapper functions

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View health state configuration functions

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Baseline functions (deprecated)

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Functions that run with asynchronous execution have access to all StackState Script APIs. It is also possible for more functions to run in parallel with asynchronous execution.

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Synchronous execution

When a function runs with synchronous execution, it will not have access to the StackState script APIs. If it is possible to choose an execution type, it is recommended to choose asynchronous execution.

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