"Finally" Action Flow

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There are cases where it would make sense to have a finally block similar in functionality to the C# and Java keyword purpose.  There are enough times where I have to duplicate code to clean up resources or revert screen items to a non-processing state that I feel it is necessary for cleanliness and maintainability.

For example, if I disable a control on the screen during some processing, I have to ensure that I reenable that control (the variable it's bound to) and refresh the control at BOTH the end of the screen action AND at the end of the exception handler.

A 'Finally' action flow on the screen would clean this up quite a bit.

The following should explain what I mean a bit better:

Start ---> End
Exception ---> End
Finally ---> End
Created on 15 Jul 2013
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