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Help needed-Finding all sub flows under main flows(200+)

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Hi There,

I have more than 200+ flows(Main flows ) and i want all subflows sitting under main flows.

Is it possible to get that info? or i need to do manually one by one by using references option as in below sc-shotref.PNG.

 

Please help.

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Rahul.

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Check the content pack "HP Solutions". There is Operations Orchestration - Flow Library. Maybe there can find something interesting.

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what does this use will provide you information separated by operations vs flow so you could picture out only the flows.

there is no other way as far as I know.

 

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As Andrei said, this is easiest way. If you change sub-flow will be immediately visible to all upper level without any issue. Only what you need to pay attention are new input variables in sub-flow. If you change that, will be visible in upper level as "italic". Just mark them as "Prompt user" or "Required" will be OK.

If is possible the inputs in sub-flows shouldn't be as "Required" then upper can submited without value. If the input value is mandatory than again will have small changes on upper level.

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Thanks Ridos,

I need to give a report of all OOflows which are active.I can list out 200+flows from database but i cant list the subflows which are accociated with main flows.

its a tidious task to do manually one by one. so is there any way to develop any flow to find all the subflows at a time under main flows....

 

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Thanks for you reply Andrei....

I think you are right but im trying to search any easy way to get out of this.

Thanks 

Rahul.

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Check the content pack "HP Solutions". There is Operations Orchestration - Flow Library. Maybe there can find something interesting.

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