The Error node is used to return an error response to the client (browser).
This is the HTTP status code that will be sent with the response. It should be a valid HTTP status code, such as 400 for a bad request or 500 for a server error.
This is the error message that will be sent in the body of the response. It should be a string containing a brief description of the error.
Returns the JSON response.
With SSR enabled, the Error node redirects the client (browser) to the error page defined in the start node.