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Find all flows's transitions with ROI > 0

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Hi,
Could someone tell me how to find all flows's transitions with ROI >0 in my flows library.
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Re: Find all flows's transitions with ROI > 0

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If you have your flows in the local repository, the flows are stored as xml, and the ROI value are stored like:

 

<transitionValue>0.0</transitionValue> // for ROI 0

<transitionValue>123</transitionValue> // for ROI 123

 

So one possible way to do this is search for the xml files that has

 

<transitionValue>[not "0.0"]</transitionValue>

 

With a notepad++,  you can use regex search like this:

Find  in what: <transitionValue>((?!0\.0).)*</transitionValue>

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And here is what I get:

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You can easily tell which flow it is from the path.

Regards,

Robin

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Re: Find all flows's transitions with ROI > 0

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Hi Adel_HPOO_1020,

 

As far as I know, there is no such functionality in the product, so the only way to check them will be go over each of them.... 

 

 

Carlos Rojas
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Re: Find all flows's transitions with ROI > 0

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If you have your flows in the local repository, the flows are stored as xml, and the ROI value are stored like:

 

<transitionValue>0.0</transitionValue> // for ROI 0

<transitionValue>123</transitionValue> // for ROI 123

 

So one possible way to do this is search for the xml files that has

 

<transitionValue>[not "0.0"]</transitionValue>

 

With a notepad++,  you can use regex search like this:

Find  in what: <transitionValue>((?!0\.0).)*</transitionValue>

clipboard_image_0.png

And here is what I get:

clipboard_image_1.png

You can easily tell which flow it is from the path.

Regards,

Robin

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