Operations Orchestration - Indirect Connection between flow operations

Idea ID 2696267

Operations Orchestration - Indirect Connection between flow operations

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I suggest to have two types of connections between the operations in the flow design (Studio).
1- Direct: the normal connection which is the line between two operation.
1- InDirect: An invisible connection between two operations by indexing the connection parts.

This will help the flow designer to organize the flow and avoid the complex flow to be in unorganized form.

In summary:

Connect multiple operations together without lines

1 Comment
Micro Focus Frequent Contributor
Micro Focus Frequent Contributor
Status changed to: Declined

The entire visual representation of workflows will be affected by this change and the power of transition will get lost if this will be implemented. I will move this idea to decline as it does not much our current vision.

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