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Is it possible to check-in flows/actions/processes in version control (Git, SVN)?

  • 1.  Is it possible to check-in flows/actions/processes in version control (Git, SVN)?

    Posted 11-17-2014 10:43 AM

    Is it possible to check-in flows/actions/processes in version control (Git, SVN)?

     

    Problems –  at the moment

    1. Can’t keep track of changes (intentional/accidental), who made what change etc..
    2. Have to maintain multiple copies of the same flow/actions (with different name ) if we want to keep old flows, in case something goes wrong with new flow and want to go back to old flow.

     

    A solution – Would be nice if we have ability to check-in flows in source control either from Studio or externally, I other words consider flows and action as application’s source code and treat them same as source code. Would be even better if we have flow testing framework

     

    -Deepak



  • 2.  Re: Is it possible to check-in flows/actions/processes in version control (Git, SVN)?

    Broadcom Employee
    Posted 11-23-2014 08:03 AM

    HI Deepak,

     

    You cannot store data in version control. However, we do have audit capabilities that tracks the changes that were made to a given entity.

    The new Shared Components feature in RA 5.5 allows you to create multiple revisions of the same element, for versioning purposes.

     

    Uri