Workflows can be managed from the workflow manager:
Help | Manage Workflows ()
or using the "Workflows" button () in the toolbar and then select "Manage Workflow..." ().
The workflow manager lists Installed workflows and Ready-to-Use workflows, but the functionalities described below (Configure, Rename, and Uninstall) are only available to custom workflows. You can always create a copy of a Ready-to-Use workflow (by opening the Ready-to-Use workflow and saving a copy in your Navigation Area) to enable the options described below.
This dialog also allows you to lock parameters of the workflow (see more about locking in Locking and unlocking parameters).
Note that if the workflow is intended to be executed on a server, it is important to select reference data that is located on the server.
Workflow identification and versioning) remains the same. To rename an element right click on the element name in the Navigation Area and select "Rename" or click on the F2 button.
10.39), the Preview shows a graphical representation of the workflow (figure 10.45), and finally you can get Information about the workflow (figure 10.46).
The "Information" field (figure 10.46) contains the following:
- Build id
- The date (day month year) followed by the time (based on a 24 hour time) when the workflow was exported to a file through the Installation button at the bottom of the workflow window. If the workflow was installed locally without going through a file, the build ID will reflect the time of installation.
- Download href
- The name of the workflow .cpw file
- The unique id of a workflow, by which the workflow is identified
- Major version
- The major version of the workflow
- Minor version
- The minor version of the workflow
- Name of workflow
- Rev version
- Revision version. The functionality is activated but currently not in use
- Vendor id
- ID of vendor that has created the workflow
- <Major version>.<Minor version>
- Workbench api version
- Workbench version
- Workflow api version
- Workflow version (a technical number that can be used for troubleshooting)