Undo/redo updates

You can undo/redo changes within a process, form, extraction group or folder using the Undo or Redo buttons on the Action bar. You can undo/redo a maximum of 30 updates, such as typing or design changes. The undo/redo list is cleared when an update is made on any area outside the Design tab.

Undo/redo process

You can undo or redo the following changes in a process:

  • Process property changes

  • Activity property changes

  • Canvas changes, such as adding nodes, deleting connectors, changing orientation, rearranging process, and more

Scenarios of using the Undo command

  • When you change a basic property, such as Name, and then undo the change, the property is reverted to its previous value.

  • When you change a property that requires a pop-up, such as configuration on a .NET node, and make the change, click OK and then undo the changes, the configuration is reverted to its previous value.

  • When you change a property that has a table with inline editing, such as triggers on a node, and when you add a row, enter the details, click OK and then undo the changes, the row is reverted to its previous value, or removed if it was added.

  • When you change a property that has a table that uses a dialog for editing, such as Resources on a node, and you select two resources, click Done and then undo the changes, the resources are reverted to its previous value.

  • When you change a property that has a table with inline editing directly on the cell, such as dependents on a node, and when you select the “Is Dependent” check box, and then undo the changes, the check box is reverted to its previous value.

Undo/redo form

You can undo or redo the following changes in a form:

  • Form property changes

  • Control property changes

  • Canvas changes, such as adding controls, deleting controls, adding actions, and more

Undo/redo extraction group

You can undo or redo the following changes in an extraction group:

  • All property changes

  • Canvas changes, such as adding document types, fields, and more