Project Manifest

Manifest

The project command is based on a manifest.json file. This definition document lets you define the contents of your WorkflowGen project and set your processes, sub-processes, custom applications, global lists, and custom assets (JavaScript, CSS, .cs files, etc.).

{
"version": "1.0",
"tag": "1.1.0",
"processes":[
{
"name":"PARENT_PROCESS2",
"version":1,
"folder":"DEFAULT"
},
{
"name":"PARENT_PROCESS1",
"version":1,
"folder":"DEFAULT"
}
],
"subProcesses":[
{
"name":"SUBPROCESS",
"version":1,
"folder":"DEFAULT"
}
],
"globalLists": [
"GLOBAL_LIST_DATA"
],
"customApplications": [
"MY_CUSTOM_APP"
],
"webformAssets": [
"js/myProcess/test.js",
"js/global.js",
"css/test.css",
"appCode/Tools.cs",
"img/logo.png"
]
}

Parameter

Description

version

Represents the manifest version; should always be 1.0

tag

Represents your project version

processes

You can set zero or more processes in this array; for each item you should specify the name and the version of your process

subProcesses

You can set zero or more processes in this array; for each item you should specify the name and the version of your process

globalLists

You can set zero or more global lists in this array; you only need to specify the global list name

customApplications

You can set zero or more custom applications in this array; you only need to specify the custom application name

webformAssets

You can set zero or more assets in this array; for each asset, set the relative path to your asset based on your webform path

During an import, the CLI will proceed in the following order:

  • Custom applications

  • Global lists

  • Sub-processes

  • Processes

  • Webform assets

All items will be imported into the array in this order. Make sure that the link between processes is correct.

You can use the project init command to generate your manifest interactively.