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Anonymous 7 months ago • updated by Pieter 7 months ago 8

Hello,

I have a question regarding PostgreSQL and MySQL. I have a database in MySQL for now and a stored procedure to insert data. Despite the fact everything is good, and user have authenticated access over procedure, Warewolf seems cannot list the procedure.

Here are the details of procedure:

DELIMITER $$
CREATE PROCEDURE rfidautomatic_INSERT(IN uid varchar(45))
BEGIN
insert into webtest.rfid_uid (rfiduid) values (uid);
END
DELIMITER ;

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Anonymous 7 months ago • updated by Gandalf 7 months ago 1

Is there some way that i can use a package manager like npm or bower from the javascript tool

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Gandalf 7 months ago

You can use the "Include File" option on the Javascript tool.

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Retuza 8 months ago • updated by Grommit 8 months ago 5

I download warewolf and get error:

An internal error occurred while executing the service request

The workflow must have at least one service or activity connected to the Start Node.

I run in Windows 7 and 8.1 what is wrong

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Anonymous 11 months ago • updated by Gandalf 9 months ago 2

How does your platform support continuous deployment. I see no unit testing capabilities to ensure system stability.
Thanks

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Gerhard1991 12 months ago • updated by Gandalf 9 months ago 2

I would like to build custom tool connectors. What area of the code base do you suggest I start from/learn to do this in the most efficient way?

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Gandalf 9 months ago

Hi Gerhard,


I would suggest reading http://warewolf.io/knowledge-base/tools-and-data-connectors/ to get an overview of how to start. Then you can move onto http://warewolf.io/knowledge-base/activities/ for the next steps.


These two articles should give a good theoretical and practical overview of building tool connectors, should show which projects and classes inside the code base that you can follow to see how they are developed.


Hope this helps. Please let us know if you require further assistance.

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Anonymous 12 months ago • updated by Gandalf 12 months ago 3

Hi

Can Warewolf export exported files from other tools?

Thanks

Antoni


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Anonymous 12 months ago • updated by Genie 9 months ago 3

Hi

Can i use Warewolf for non-dotnet stack?

Antoni

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Genie 9 months ago

Hi,


We currently do not directly support JAVA libraries. You could expose you JAVA methods as webservices and then consume those in Warewolf.


Thanks

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Anonymous 1 year ago • updated by Grommit 1 year ago 1

Hello Guys, just wanted to let you know that I installed WareWolf at home, and I am very impressed with how much more stable and responsive it is. Kudos to you guys.

GianPiero

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keith_k 1 year ago • updated by Grommit 1 year ago 1

The image/icon graphic for the Length tool is missing and an image placeholder is displaying for it on this page, http://warewolf.io/knowledge-base/tool-connectors/

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Anonymous 1 year ago • updated by Gandalf 9 months ago 2

I wanted to clarify the license and support pricing... do I understand it correctly that we can use Warewolf to create commercial service offerings without cost other than the optional support packages? We have been using K2 for years but it is simply out of the budget for smaller companies that stand to gain tremendous value from workflow based solutions. With Warewolf we see that there may be a way for us to service smaller companies if there were no licensing fees for the workflow engine. We would also like the freedom to create SaaS based solutions where we host the workflow engine in the cloud, on-prem or even with a hybrid approach. Please confirm that there are no licensing costs for using Warewolf - only the optional support fees on a monthly basis.

Thanks for your help with this. I would like to start testing Warewolf to see how feasible it would be for us to start using but different folks in the office were reading the licensing/pricing terms differently and I wanted to reach out and get an answer from you directly.

Thanks so much for creating such a remarkable product and choosing to share it with the community.

Best,
Ed