No Custom Parameters
Switch creates a dynamically determined branch condition to indicate the value of a specified expression.
Switch will call
System.Object.ToString() on the object passed in via
SwitchOn, and branch on that evaluated string.
A common use case for
Switch is to branch on a value that is a discrete set of values. In this scenario, the developer building the script can create a branch per known value. If the value is an open-ended set of values, then
Switch most likely is not appropriate, since branch conditions must be explicitly declared when building scripts.
null should never be passed into
|Parameter Name||.NET Type||Default||Description|
|SwitchOn *||The value to invoke |
No Result Data
No Defined Branch Conditions