Error handling in B1if

Dear All,
I searched the forum but could not find a full answer to my question.
How can you handle errors in B1if?
When something goes wrong the errormessage is displayed in the failure section of the message log.
I found out that on the package design in the defintions section you can choose document "error handling".
There you should be able to choose your error handling step.
For now I only see the default error handling step.
How can you create such a error handling step?
Does somebody has some full documentation on this subject?
I guess we must create a new step design with inbound type Predecessor or am I wrong?
Thanks in advance for any help.
Kind regards,

Hi Vijay,
Create a package with your development in a step.
Create a second step called for instance: errorhandling
This errorhandling step must be of inbound type internal queue
In the errorhandling step you can handle the error as you like... for example email it or save it in a user table in B1.
The trick is:
Go to package design - select your package - press definitions buttons and select error handling
Here you select your errorhandling step instead of default error handling.
Save everything.
When you scenario goes into error during the processing the errorhandling step will be carried out.
That is it.
Kind regards,

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