2012-12-05 08:46 AM
I have a custom command that has been created and added to the WFA command set; We've made some changes to that command to include some new parameters; I have added these successfully and rediscovered the parameters successfully.
However when I go into the workflows that reference the exisiting command the only way to see the new parameters is to delete the Command Object (clicking on the x)
and then redefining the object, where the new parameters will now be displayed but the old content is deleted
which is somewhat of a pain as all the inputs need to be redefined - is there an easier way to accomplish this to simply refresh an existing definition ? If not do we consider this a bug ? Platform is 184.108.40.206.1
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2012-12-05 09:49 PM
I tried your scenario with the our latest build 220.127.116.111.1 and it seems to be working fine
I created a workflow with a command 'sleep' having one parameter. I then added another parameter to the command and hen i opened the workflow again, i could see that the command object had the new parameter without deleting the object
Please let me know if the scenario tested is correct.
2012-12-06 12:43 AM
Looks like you are 'double clicking' on the 'db provision request'. Try only single click (don't move mouse pointer out of the box) and wait for 2-3 seconds. Also, your build is quite old. As Sharu mentioned you should try WFA 18.104.22.1681.1.