First give the stopping mechanism a name by filling the Text: parameter of the STOP.
Next select a default stop action for any process that is not covered by a STOP PROCESS.
Finally, add one or more child STOP PROCESSs to specify the special stopping methods for an individual PROCESS.
When a STOP has been defined within an EASAP, the 'Stop' () button on the 'My Results' pages behaves differently.
If the EASAP only contains one STOP, the user is taken to a page to confirm the 'Stop', and the text specified in the Text: parameter is displayed above the 'Stop' button there.
If the EASAP contains two or more STOPs, after the user is taken to the stop confirmation page, there will be an additional step of clicking on the radio button next to the text the desired stopping mechanism before clicking the STOP button.
|Text:||Text displayed on Stop Confirmation page when user stops an EASAP submission|
|Default Stop Action:||Select default stop action for processes not covered by a STOP PROCESS:
'Allow Process to Complete' or 'Kill Simulation'