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User Interface Help for the Workflow Debug Mode

Use the debug menu to debug a workflow.

Continue

Resumes the execution of the workflow until the next breakpoint or until the workflow ends.

Retry

Reruns the current activity. If you change the definition of the activity, click Retry apply the change to the activity.

Set Activity

Starts the workflow at the selected activity.

Previous

Moves the workflow back to the previous activity.

Next

Moves the workflow to the next activity.

Immediate (button)

Shows or hides the Immediate pane.

Publish

Pushes workflow definition updates into the running workflow process. For example, use Publish after you change activities that the debugger has not run yet. The new workflow definition is used instead of the definition you started debugging with.

Stop

Exits debug mode.

Activity Pane

During debug mode, some of the activity properties pane tabs have a Definition tab and a Debug tab:

  • Definition tab

    Displays the variables defined in the activity, for example, xpath:{/workflow/inputs/userEmail}. Change the information in the Definition tab for an activity if the activity has a breakpoint or if the debugger has not run the activity. Click Publish after changing activity definitions.

  • Debug tab

    Displays the value used during the debugging session, for example, the input Definition tab displays xpath:{/workflow/inputs/userEmail}, so the Debug tab displays jzhang@mycompany.com.

Immediate (pane)

  • Log tab

    Displays the runtime information created during the execution of the workflow.

  • Script tab

    Use to send immediate scripts into the running process. Use immediate scripts to:

    • Troubleshoot advanced issues in activity and workflow development
    • Update workflow variables
    • Run database queries using Java

Last modified: 11/25/2019 10:23:31 PM