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Paul Cannell 4 years ago in Studio / Designer • updated by Gandalf 2 years ago 2
I create a class library. I firstly discover that you cant return .Net basic types (string, int, bool etc) once I returned a class things were fine. Perhaps this needs to be in a hint :)
However in discovering this I rebuilt my dll a number of times. I couldnt copy it to the place I had referenced because warewolf has a handle to that DLL. Im assuming you host components like this in a separate appDomain so if you give me the ability to recycle that so I can do a build / deploy cycle without me having to shutdown warewolf would be great. If you can already do this and I just havnt figured out how, ... well then shame on me :)
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Gandalf 2 years ago
Thanks Paul. We are looking into both your issues.
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Paul Cannell 4 years ago in Studio / Designer • updated by Gandalf 2 years ago 4
Assume a simple credit matrix. Based on your income you will get 1 of 3 interest rates.
Income > 10000 goes to the 1st outcome, >8000 the 2nd and > 5000 the third.
In the current version you have to make a tree looking like the left pic in the diagram.
If you attached priorities to a decision you could make it look like the second diagram. Say your income is 9000, you will fail the first check but pass both 2 and 3, however if you have a priority you would pass the income > 8000 check and stop evaluation at that point. Maybe a useful idea? Things like risk pricing models would benefit greatly from this and the designer space would look far less cluttered
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Gandalf 2 years ago
Without the pictures mentioned I am left to guess.

My guess is you are talking about bundling up individual decisions into a single decision tree activity that would act like a switch.

Is this correct?

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Paul Cannell 4 years ago in Studio / Designer • updated by Gandalf 4 years ago 0
If I have  vars, A and B (type bool) I have something like 
if A==1
AND IF B==0
the decision reads "If A==1" in the designer canvas which is acttual misleading
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Gandalf 4 years ago
Thanks Paul. The WWF designer limits the space that can be used there. We felt it was better to put in what you can rather than nothing at all as a default.

We also added the ability for you to put the text there that you want (check the bottom of the decision) so you can overide the default.
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Anonymous 4 years ago in Studio • updated by Gandalf 4 years ago 0
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Gandalf 4 years ago
Currently (Beta) Workflows are version-ed automaticaly and stored for later use. The retrieval process is manual but we are working on an interface to make it simple.
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Murali Naidu 4 years ago in Studio • updated by anonymous 4 years ago 1
Hi There

I was tried to develop a small workflow which should execute depends on run time input values.
When I execute it should ask

Inputs Name - 
          Age  - 
if age  > 30
{
I want output as "Not Qualified"
}
Else
{
Full Name-
Contact details-
Amount - 
Plan-
}.

But when I click on execute 'Warewolf' is asking all the details at a time.

Please advise is this possible by using warewolf.????



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anonymous 4 years ago
At this point in time we do not support human interaction.
Hence why you need to enter all data up front.

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Anonymous 4 years ago in Studio / Toolbox • updated by anonymous 4 years ago 0
Hi
What type of data files does the SQL Bulk Insert tool support?
Can is read Excel?
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anonymous 4 years ago
The bulk insert tool works with our internal data language. You need to use recordsets to maximize its effectiveness.

You can find more information on our language by clicking the [[?]] icon at the top of the studio.

You can also find an example of its usage by opening the Recordset - SQL Bulk Insert workflow in the EXAMPLES folder in the studio explorer.
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Anonymous 4 years ago in Studio / Toolbox • updated by Gandalf 4 years ago 1
When I try find index of character 2 in all record set using find Index tool
In fields as [[rec(*).a]],
Index “All Occurrence”
Character 2
And I want to put my output values in [[rec(*).b]] 
Output is coming as [[rec(1).b]]=2, [[rec(2).b]]=4, [[rec(3).b]]=6, [[rec(4).b]]=8, [[rec(5).b]]=2, [[rec(6).b]]=4, [[rec(7).b]]=2,[[rec(8).b]]=4,[[rec(9).b]]=6,[[rec(10).b]]=8.
Now output is coming in record set but how would I know 2 is at index 2,4,6,8 in [[rec(1).a]] = h2f2f2f2 .
And 2 is at index 2 and 4 in [[rec(2).a]]=h2f2.
And 2 is at index 2,4,6,and 8 in [[rec(3).a]] = h2f2f2f2.


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Gandalf 4 years ago
Great example and good question.

The For Each tool is designed for this. Try dropping the Find Index tool into the for each and put the result into [[rec(*).b]].
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Murali Naidu 4 years ago in Studio / Toolbox • updated by Gandalf 4 years ago 0
Delete Record input doesn't have index.
but when I debug It is showing the message as success so here actually what is deleting by the Delete Record ??
At least when I debug it should show some message as record set doesn't exist.

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Gandalf 4 years ago
Hi Murali

If the recordset is being used as an Input and does not have an index specified [[rec().set]], then it will use the last record.

If the recordset is being used as an Output and does not have an index specified [[rec().set]], then it will add a new record.

So in your example above, the last record in the recordset was deleted. The debug output should show you the record number.

There is a Warewolf Language Help button at the top of the studio:

It has more detail on how the language works.
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Murali Naidu 4 years ago in Studio • updated by Gandalf 4 years ago 0
1.Create a Workflow
2.Bring email tool into workflow from Tool Box
3.Change the username (Email address one)
4.Enter Email password
5.Click on test connection (Connection is successfull)
6.save Email source
6.Run the workflow
Result - Observe Email is sending from (Email address one) which is correct
And next
1.Click on edit email source
2.Change the username (Email address two)
3.Enter the password
5.Click on test connection (Connection successfull)
6.Save the Email source
7.Run the work flow
Result - Observe Email is still sending from (Email address one) which is incorrect
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Gandalf 4 years ago
Thanks, this should be fixed, plus we did the large view for the tool with a whole lot more functionality. Check out the latest version.
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Murali Naidu 4 years ago in Studio • updated by Gandalf 2 years ago 2
1.Open new workflow
2.Open a service from explorer and click on expand all (It wil expand)
3.Open another workflow without closing first workflow
4.From tabs go back to previous workflow
5.Click on "Expand all" (It will not work)
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Gandalf 2 years ago
Thanks Murali.

How do you find all this stuff!

We will look into it down the line.