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Manage Folders and Scripts

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Workflow displays a file structure in the panel on the left side of the Scripts workspace. You can create new folders and subfolders to organize your scripts, and you can drag and drop scripts and folders to the desired location. Workflow displays an arrow icon next to folders that contain other folders or scripts, and you can use the arrow to expand and collapse the folders.

When you create a new folder or script from the New menu, Workflow places it alphabetically in the Root folder. You can also right click on an existing folder to create a new subfolder in the current location. We automatically name new folders: New Folder. You can right click the folder again to rename it.

Workflow enables you to execute unit tests from any folder in the Script workspace. See Unit Tests for more information.

Available Folder Actions

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When you right-click on a folder, Workflow enables you to perform these actions:

  • Folder: Enables you to create a new folder under the current folder.

  • Rename: Enables you to rename the current folder.

  • Run Tests: Enables you to run unit tests on scripts in the folder and its subfolders. See Unit Tests for more information.

  • Delete: Deletes the folder and all scripts in the folder. You cannot undo this action.

    NoteWorkflow allows you to delete a folder that has multiple scripts, or multiple folders in it. It won't allow you to delete a folder with a subfolder that has another folder or script in it. 

Available Script Actions

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When you right-click on a script, Workflow enables you to perform these actions:

  • Edit: Enables you to edit the script. 
  • Rename: Enables you to rename the script. 
  • Show Where Used: Displays a popup window with information on where the script is used. 

    Note: The Show Where Used action applies only to Workflow and Form Event script types.

  • Details: Displays a popup window with creation and update details about the script.
  • Download Data: Downloads the script in ZIP format.
  • Delete: Deletes the script.  

You can perform these actions on the current script by clicking the More link in the top-right corner:

  • Clone: Creates a clone of the selected script. Workflow automatically opens the cloned script and adds a Clone of prefix to the name.

  • Export Code: Downloads the script in TXT format.