Start Node

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All control plans have one start node. It is the first node that is executed and kicks off the execution flow to all connected nodes. Every control plan has to have exactly one start node. If you need to send triggers into the control plan at a later time, use a connected wait node. Else, if you want to periodically send triggers, use an inject node.

Configuration #

You can change the name of the node, but that is about it.

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