Stop all pypyr processing immediately. Doesn’t run any success or failure handlers, it just stops everything in its tracks, even when you’re nested in child pipelines or a step-group call-chain.
You can always use
pypyr.steps.stop as a simple step, because it doesn’t
need any input context properties.
If you use a Stop instruction inside a failure handler it will stop processing at that point AND not quit reporting failure. Do this when you want to handle an error condition and not raise an error to the caller.
- name: pypyr.steps.echo in: echoMe: you'll see me... - pypyr.steps.stop - name: pypyr.steps.echo in: echoMe: you WON'T see me...
See a worked example to stop all processing.