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Parallel execution of the flow

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Dear community

1. Is there any way how to avoid concurrent execution of the OO flow?

I'm trying to achieve, that the new run of certain OO flow won't start while another instance of the same flow is still being executed.

2. Is there any way to check (from OO flow), if there is any running instance of a particular OO flow? If I'm able to get such information, than I can control the OO subflow execution as required in Point 1.

Thanks for any ideas

Best regards

Daniel

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Bridges Respected Contributor.
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Re: Parallel execution of the flow

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Use the lock operations (acquire lock, release lock, and wait for lock) in the HPE Solutions content pack -> Integrations/Hewlett-Packard/Operations Orchestration/. 

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Re: Parallel execution of the flow

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I haven't found any out-of-the box solution for this.

I think the easiest way is to use OO API to get info about the flow executions and start/postpone the sub-flow execution based on this information.

Another ideas are still welcome.

Best regards

Daniel

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Bridges Respected Contributor.
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Re: Parallel execution of the flow

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Use the lock operations (acquire lock, release lock, and wait for lock) in the HPE Solutions content pack -> Integrations/Hewlett-Packard/Operations Orchestration/. 

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