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David Southwick
@dcsouthwick
huh. You are right!
what a bizarre default behaviour
Samip Kothari
@skothari-tibco
Yes, it is.
Anand Pandurangi
@apandurangi

An updated on the GUI issue I had, doing 'yarn upgrade' will break flogo-web. Can someone confirm ?

@philippe-lavoie can you let us know your yarn version?

philippe-lavoie
@philippe-lavoie
@apandurangi 1.16.0
I checked on a different machine which has 1.21.1 and I get the same result
Anand Pandurangi
@apandurangi
okay. let me check from my side and confirm you. I generally do a yarn install and use the versions maintained in yarn.lock
Anand Pandurangi
@apandurangi
Seems nrwl is updating to 8.12 from 8.4. not sure flogo-web code is compatible with that change
philippe-lavoie
@philippe-lavoie
What is nrwl ?
Anand Pandurangi
@apandurangi
it is a node dependency we are using to control our monorepos in flogo-web code
May I ask the need for you to do yarn upgrade?
philippe-lavoie
@philippe-lavoie
each time I do 'yarn start' , the first line that shows up is ``Browserslist: caniuse-lite is outdated. Please run next commandyarn upgrade````
I was obeying the command! :)
Anand Pandurangi
@apandurangi
ha ha.. I am not sure where we are using that dependency. I think @fcastill has updated the dependency list recently
Ignore it, I also am getting that info message
philippe-lavoie
@philippe-lavoie
packages.json is still linking to nrwl/8.4.12
(just did a pull)
Anand Pandurangi
@apandurangi
yes. thought caniuse-lite was part of the dependency list in package.json. It seems it is not. I am not sure which among the ones we are currently using has an internal dependency of caniuse-lite
Fabián Castillo
@fcastill
yarn install should suffice, no need for yarn upgrade. cainnuse-lite is a dependency of a dependency. It is safe to ignore the warning for now.
philippe-lavoie
@philippe-lavoie
indeed, not doing an upgrade works. However, I think that 'in theory', a package should still work after an upgrade, no ?
Fabián Castillo
@fcastill
in theory yes, but it also depends on how strict a third party package is when following semantic versioning, sometimes they do introduce breaking changes
philippe-lavoie
@philippe-lavoie
I was more worried about nrwl/nx being at 8.12 rigth now, Anand's comment kind of implied that moving flogo to that version was not supported. Relying on a given number is definitly ok, but from experience when we lag too much, the technical debt can become a big pain later on.
I also totaly agree with you, semantic versioning is there for a reason, they should have moved to 9.0 at some point.
Fabián Castillo
@fcastill
I agree about the the technical debt, we usually upgrade our “big” deps (nrwl/nx, angular, tooling) at the beginning of a new dev cycle, that makes it easier for us to check everything’s stable during that cycle. And since we just finished with v0.10.0 we should be updating our deps very soon.
Leon Stigter
@retgits
Hi peeps, can anyone create a commit in the tibco-contrib folder so I can fork it and create a PR 😇
Matt Ellis
@mellistibco
just did :)
Leon Stigter
@retgits
Thank you 😇
Mark Mussett
@mmussett
I’ve got many activities on showcase that are being flagged as legacy. What do I need to do to refactor, is this documented anywhere?
Samip Kothari
@skothari-tibco
There’s no document which specifies steps for refactoring legacy activities to new one. But I usually follow this example activity https://github.com/project-flogo/core/tree/master/examples/activity .
Leon Stigter
@retgits
Could we create such a document or add something to the docs that helps developers when they want to migrate their activities to the new model? Perhaps that's also a good place to explain the difference between the "settings" and "input" block and when to choose one over the other.
Samip Kothari
@skothari-tibco
Sure.
Mark Mussett
@mmussett
Happy to take this onboard whilst i’m converting my legacy activities
Leon Stigter
@retgits
I was gonna suggest @mellistibco write it 😉
csoares93
@csoares93
hello I'm new in Flog and i want to send an email in the flogo UI. How can i do this?
Andy Hampshire
@ayh20
@csoares93 I know there's a email activity in the enterprise version but having done a quick search i can't find one for OSS. If you have any golang skills you can write a simple one using the net/smtp package ..... but it depends on your environment/requirements so might be harder
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Leon Stigter
@retgits

@csoares93, looking at GitHub there are quite a few activities that can help you send emails. While I've not tried any of them myself, here's a non-exhaustive list 😃:

I searched Github for "flogo AND email language:go"

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Leon Stigter
@retgits

Some Flogo stats

  • 204 distinct authors of activities. The author is the owner of the repository (either a user or an organization) where the activity is found. This isn't always the actual author of the code.

  • Based on a unique source location (unique GitHub URL), there are 932 activities, 299 triggers, and 307 contributions built with the new contribution model

  • With a total of 1538 contributions in the current database, there are 856 unique names (687 of these have been built with the old contribution model and 213 have been built with the new model)

  • Of those 856 contributions, 613 have version 0.0.1, and there is 1 contribution with version 5.0.0.0 (the latter seems to be the Couchbase activity)

  • The number 1 author, not being TIBCOSoftware or project-flogo, is @jvanderl

As I'm building a better way to search and visualize contributions over GitHub, I've created an Airtable which you can also use to search for specific contributions (like email or EMS)

These stats have been made possible with the Active Albatros release of FDIO

Andy Hampshire
@ayh20
@retgits :clap: :raised_hands: awesome !
Reid Lai
@reidlai
hi
Samip Kothari
@skothari-tibco
@reidlai hello.
Leon Stigter
@retgits
Hiii 👋👋
PricelessRabbit
@PricelessRabbit
Hi all. I ask a few question about flogo ecosystem in the Lobby channel. Hope it's the right place :)
avinashkrishna613
@avinashkrishna613
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Tracy Li
@lixingwang
@avinashkrishna613 check here to see if any activities can help u. https://tibcosoftware.github.io/flogo/showcases/. It has write file.
Caynan Sousa
@caynan
Hey folks I was wondering how Flogo handle server failures? I mean what would happen if a given Flogo process fails while processing flows? Is there any persistence layer that the process can use to restart from?
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Tracy Li
@lixingwang
@caynan we don’t have this feature available today. But it is good feature and we are planing to do.
Caynan Sousa
@caynan
hi @lixingwang do you have any issue for that? I would love to keep an eye on the current progress for this feature, and maybe even help implement it. The ability to flawlessly restart a service is what is stopping us from using Flogo.
Tracy Li
@lixingwang
@caynan No issue in GITHUB yet. Could you please create one? thanks.
Matt Ellis
@mellistibco
@caynan we’d love for you to help implement it :smile: we do have a state service that could potentially be enhanced. Will create an issue to track it and we can use that to collaborate
Tracy Li
@lixingwang
Yes, we do have a state server that can do this kind of work but we need to enhance it to have a persistence layer. Once we have persistence then we can load failed flow instances and restart/rerun it.