For example, I would like to see the following hierarchy in the activities:
Send default EMail
So I created a library called “My Company.LibMail” and the workflow “Send default EMail”. When I then integrate this library, I don’t see the desired hierarchy, but rather the following:
Suddenly a line “My.Company.LibMail” appears, which I would like to get rid of. How do I do that? Thanks in advance, Michael
When publishing the Custom Library we can set the Activity Root:
The tip was good, thank you!
I then did it like this:
- The name of the library must be “My Company”.
- The name of the workflow is “Send default EMail”
- When delivered, I entered “LibMail” under “Compilation Settings/Activities Root Category”.
This then results in the desired activity tree in the studio:
Es ist ein bisschen unklar, ob es jetzt passt oder nicht. Aber den Haupthebel haben wir schon einmal gezeigt
Lets keep in mind:
With setting the Activity Root Category Name to My Company we achieved:
the generated class name (check name, properties panel, Send default email) will not be used and the defined Activity Root name will be used as Top Entry point instead
Any folder structures below will be reflected within the downer structures
It is recommended to be close to the naming schema of a nuget
display names with spaces are technical translated to a replaced space e.g. dot/underscore