What is the procedure for using my backup workflow from the last Publish?

Phil Bustin
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April 2, 2024

What is the procedure to replace the workflow version I just published with the backup version I saved while publishing?

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Walter Buggenhout
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April 2, 2024

Hi @Phil Bustin,

Your backup copy should be saved and be available under your inactive workflows. To get it back, you need to:

  • locate the workflow scheme currently used in your project,
  • edit the workflow scheme,
  • select the option to add an existing workflow
  • select the backup copy you refer to and associate it with the issue type(s) your current version of the workflow is linked to, thus replacing it,
  • publish the workflow scheme

That should do the trick.

Hope this helps!

Matt Parks
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April 2, 2024

Note that, once you associate the inactive workflow with an active workflow scheme, you will no longer be able to rename your workflow. So if you want to rename the workflow from "Copy of ABC Workflow" back to "ABC Workflow", you'll need to do it before putting it into the workflow scheme.

And, if "ABC Workflow" is the name of the current workflow, you'll have to rename that one first, since you can't have two workflows with the same name.

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