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10-11-2020

Hello,

 

there is no "executionType" field on ACC.
=> do you know how to identify continous deliveries ? (not by the check of the lack of the analysis end date)

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17-11-2020

Hi,

 

You can distill a list from the workflows themselves:

  1. Create a new folder for workflows with view checked and no query (shows all workflows)
  2. Filter folder on 'data contains <notification'
  3. Export the list to xml package
  4. Open the xml in vs code or notepad++
  5. Find all for 'scenario-id', copy the results into a new file and clean up

 

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10-11-2020

Hi @_pascal76_ - good question - I would assume there is an actual parameter of a delivery that sets it as a continuous delivery.

I know one quick way to tell if a delivery is continuous is to check the operation_id parameter - this will usually not be set for a continuous delivery as by default, it doesn't get linked with the parent Campaign object (Operation).

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