What is Workflow Versioning in Conductor?
Workflow versioning is the ability to manage different versions of a workflow. This feature allows you to make changes to a workflow without affecting the existing version of the workflow that is already running or scheduled to run.
By default, the workflow version is set to 1.
"description": "Sample Description",
"tasks": [//list of tasks ],
Why is workflow versioning important?
Workflow versioning is vital because it allows you to change a workflow without disrupting any ongoing or scheduled workflow executions. This is particularly useful when you want to make changes to a workflow that has already been deployed in a production environment.
How do I create a new version of a workflow?
To create a new version of a workflow, you can make changes to your existing workflow and then save those changes by updating the version number.
How do I view previous versions of a workflow in Conductor?
You can view previous versions of a workflow from the Workflow Definitions page.
- Navigate to Workflow > Definitions.
- Click the required workflow.
- You can choose the workflow version to view your definition.
Can we remove a version if not required?
Yes, you can delete the workflow version directly from the workflow definitions page by selecting the version you want to delete and then clicking the Delete button.
How do I run different workflow versions?
While running the workflow from UI, you can choose the required version from the dropdown available. If a version is not chosen, the latest version runs by default.