So I read that if I change the name of the project in project.json, when I went to publish the code to Orc. it would be a new process and name. However, when I made a copy of the code that I want to publish and changed the name, the name in Orc stayed the same and it was trying to update the version instead of creating a new one. The purpose of this is I want to have a Test version and a Production version in orchestrator that are the basically the same package with a few minor changes.
I’m still not the most experienced with Orchestrator, but couldn’t this be better handled by separate environments via Dev/Stage/Prod Orchestrator instances or even Dev/Stage/Prod Tenants within the same Orchestrator instance? I feel like having a test version and a stable version without utilizing the already existing version control is a recipe for disaster. It’s not so bad with 5-10 processes, but when you’re looking at 50-100 all with a duplicate process for testing it can get cluttered rather quick.
I would assume you would freely update your Development version and test in that environment and then when move to staging/production you would import only stable versions manually.
Where did you change the name?
Is it in the project.json file?
We had the situation to run without Orchestrators DEV\PROD Process on one machine. For this we used nuget explorer:
Here you can edit Metadata and e.g. injecting different configs. So we published one package and then post edited accordingly. It was working.
Yes I changed the name in project.json
When you are publishing your project locally, does the file name still the same?
The code package folder has a different name but the workflows have the same names. For instance, the name at the top of the studio file (project name) is different for both
Try creating a nupkg file of the project and upload it to Orch
Do you have a brief description on how to do that? I am unaware of the process
To create a nupkg file of the project:
- Click Publish
- Select Custom
- Choose a folder where you want the file to be placed.
To upload the file in Orchestrator:
- Go to Processes.
- In the top part bar, you will see Packages. Click it.
- Upload the nupkg file.
- Go back to Processes.
- Add a Process and choose the process you just uploaded.
The steps you mentioned for that we have to
disconnect studio instance from Orchestrator… Right?
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