Does anybody know whether it's possible to execute a microflow from an external system?
For example; I changed a microflow of my app and commited it. But to get to the place in the app where the microflow will be started, I have to click several times and wait for another role to accept a request. In other words; it's a long process to get the microflow running and it takes a long time.
Is there a possibility to run the microflow using an external system? So I don't need to go through the GUI to test the microflow, but I can call the microflow with my own parameters?, just to check if the microflow is doing what it's supposed to do?
Thanks for the reply!
To know if the microflow is doing what it's supposed to do, is also a good case for unit testing. Although not suitable for once time testing/checking, in the long haul could save you time and automate your check time and time again.
You could create a debug page where you can call your microflows directly. If you need parameters, create a non persistant helper that you can fill with data in a popup and then call your microflow with these attributes.
You could create a rest service that calls the microflow within the application, so you can call it by browser or postman.