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Comment: Updated per RDPP-3968

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  1. Select a node to configure its properties.
  2. If necessary, select and change the default node name. Node naming should reflect the function of the node.
  3. Select the node method from the Method drop-down menu. For additional information on the Model and General node Method selections, refer to Flow Orchestration.
  4. Configure the node parameters. To configure the node parameters, select Parameters and complete or edit the parameter configuration entries. If the Selector parameter type is selected from the Selector drop-down menu, as you begin typing in the parameter field, a drop-down menu of valid parameter configuration options will be displayed. You may select a configuration from the listed options or continue typing to manually enter a parameter configuration. Note that the parameter entries are dependent on the selected node method. For additional information on the Model node and General node configuration parameters, refer to Flow Orchestration.
  5. Configure the node outputs. To configure the node outputs, select Outputs and complete or edit the output configuration entries. For additional information on the Model and General node output configuration for each method, refer to Flow Orchestration. Once the node is properly configured, the warning message is longer displayed and the node is longer highlighted.

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  1. Select the node to edit. The configuration of the selected node will be displayed.
  2. Make the following changes as needed:
    1. Edit and change the node name.
    2. Select a different Method. For additional information on the Model and Core node Method selections, refer to Flow Orchestration.
    3. Edit the Parameters. If the Selector parameter type is selected from the Selector drop-down menu, as you begin typing in the parameter field, a drop-down menu of valid parameter configuration selections will be displayed. You may select a configuration from the selections or continue typing to manually enter a parameter configuration. Note that the parameter entries are dependent on the selected node method. For additional information on the Model node and General node configuration parameters, refer to Flow Orchestration.
    4. Edit the Outputs. For additional information on the Model and General output configurations for each method, refer to Flow Orchestration.
  3. Verify that no warning messages or alerts are displayed.

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