The Terminal block lets you pause or stop an algorithm when a discrete event message triggers the block or when the Boolean input turns TRUE. Once the algorithm has been paused in this manner, the user must resume the algorithm manually.
Example The Terminal block is configured to pause the algorithm when the MarketState block sends a TRUE value (indicating the market is halted) to the Terminal block's Boolean input port.
To customize the block, update the Block Properties.
|Name||Name to display beneath the block on the ADL canvas|
|Mode||Whether to pause or stop the algo when triggered|