The ListLoop component lets you individually read a list of items and execute events for each item.
The component not only loops through a count of items (like the Connectable Loop) but goes further to read the contents of the list and output each item. When you drag the component onto the Automation Surface, the main properties, methods, and events are combined in the design block.
|Break||Gets a True value when the Break method on the ListLoop has been called.|
|Item||As each item is read by the ListLoop, the item is contained in this output property for processing by other components in the solution.|
|List||Collection of items that the ListLoop will read and execute on.|
|Sensitive||Check the box to hide this component's values in logs and the Automation Surface.|
|Completed||Triggered when the ListLoop has read all items in the List and the Break method has not been called.|
|ItemYielded||Triggered when each item in the list has been read.|
|Break||Method that has input and output event nodes. The input halts the execution of the ListLoop. The output event is raised when the ListLoop execution has been halted.||None||Void|
Method that has input and output event nodes. The input begins the execution of the ListLoop component and the output is raised when the execution is complete.
Note: This method is not viewable Object Explorer's Configure Type dialog, as it cannot be used independently. The method must always be accessed via the associated ListLoop design block.
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