I'd like to report a bug in Ad Hoc Workflows: When I edit a Gliffy diagram directly in a published document (that is, I clicked the edit button directly on top of a Gliffy diagram) without click "Edit" on a Confluence page, the workflow status does not change to "Edit" or "Develop Content", and instead, it still shows "Published." The problem with this is that, if anyone directly edits any part of the page without click "Edit" on the Confluence page, no one would ever know that the document has been revised because the workflow still shows "Published." Could you fix this problem? Thanks.
I talked to my co-worker, who mentioned that Gliffy saves an attachment when the Gliffy images are updated so it is possible to change the state with an attachment trigger such as:
Which will set the state to draft anytime any attachment is added, updated, or removed.
Give that a try and let me know how that goes.
When I change my gliffy diagram in confluence, the workflow state changes to draft, so that is great.
However, when I change the gliffy diagram the changes are directly viewable for all confluence users, despite the page state is set to draft. The meaning is that the changes are viewable after the page is being published and back online, thus not in the draft state.
Is there a way to fix this problem?
Thanks, in advance. Menno
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