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SetCurrentNodeByNodeName Method

Sets the current node of a process to a new node by name.

public void SetCurrentNodeByNodeName(string name);

Classes: Process


string name

Name of the node.


The following example demonstrates setting the current node of a spawned process to a node named "Target Node".

var newProcess = CreateProcess(@"C:\Documents\test.pdf");
newProcess.SetCurrentNodeByNodeName("Target Node");


Throws an exception if no node exists by the specified name.

This method alters the process object in memory, and is primarily intended to be used on processes returned from the Database class or spawned from the CreateProcess method. 

If you are intending to change the pathway of an executing process, use the SetNextNodeByLinkName or SetNextNodeByNodeName methods instead.

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