Only one Errors node can be added to a stack at a time.
When an error occurs the error object is emitted from the Errors node as the message. Although error objects can take any form, they usually are an instance of the Error class. The object is further extended with the following properties:
|stackery.node.id||string||ID of the node that generated the error. Example:
|stackery.node.name||string||Name of the node that generated the error, if the name exists. Example:
|stackery.requestId||string||Request ID that generated the error, if available. Example:
|stackery.message||string||The message passed into the function at invocation time, if available. Example:
The Errors node does not wait for responses after outputting error messages.