Multi-instance feature is not available

Multi-instance feature is not available

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we are not able to use multiinstance for the flows developed in web studio.Earlier we used to develop flows in 10.80 hpoo studio which provided mulitinstance opeartor.As were will be using web studio we are yet to find out the operator/utility which could trigger flow at multiple instance simultanously at a single time.

Utility/operator which supports running of flow on multiple instances simultanously would help us reducing the run time of flow.

Scenario

while using web studio -2018.09

Workaround



Unacceptable

Absence of multi-instance has made us to use list iterator which inturn increases the run time of the flow

Required
Multi instance operator or any other opeartor/utility which would fulfill our request of running flows simultaneously accross instances should be provided .

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Micro Focus Contributor
Micro Focus Contributor

@godrejw , in OO Workflow Designer and CloudSlang we have the notion of parallel loop which replaces the multi instance from the OO Studio.

Please read the available documentation here: https://docs.microfocus.com/itomw/Operations_Orchestration:2019.07/CreateFlowLoop

Please let me know if this construct is meeting your requirements.

Micro Focus Contributor
Micro Focus Contributor
Status changed to: Already Offered

The multi instance from the OO Studio is replaced in OO Workflow Designer and CloudSlang with the notion of parallel loop: https://docs.microfocus.com/itomw/Operations_Orchestration:2019.07/CreateFlowLoop

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