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A Nikita session is organized as a hierarchical tree of action. Actions have parent and children. The children are the actions executed in the handler of a parent action.

The children property of an action exposes an array with all the executed action inside of it. In the handler function, children is a property available inside its first argument.


The child action objects contain the following properties:


The children property of the parent action is enriched once a child action complete its execution, wether it is fulfilled or rejected. Thus, it is accessed using the async/await operators:

// Call a parent action
.call(async function({children}) {
  // Call a child action and wait until it is executed
  await => true)
  // Print children
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