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Helper II
Helper II

Reversing a flow ?

Hi All

I am wondering if there is a way to reverse a flow step?

Basically, can a flow go back a step if an approver rejects their step, instead of just rejecting and finishing. 

HTTP requests to daisy chain flows ??

 

Any ideas ?

 

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Dual Super User III
Dual Super User III

Yes, you could use an HTTP request to call the Flow again, but that would restart the entire Flow.  If you just want to repeat the Approval step that probably isn't what you want.  The other option is to put the Approval inside a DoUntil loop and only exit the loop after you recieve the conclusion you want (or a certain number of attempts).  I would make sure you do both or you could end up with an infinite loop.



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Yes, you could use an HTTP request to call the Flow again, but that would restart the entire Flow.  If you just want to repeat the Approval step that probably isn't what you want.  The other option is to put the Approval inside a DoUntil loop and only exit the loop after you recieve the conclusion you want (or a certain number of attempts).  I would make sure you do both or you could end up with an infinite loop.



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