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Hi @ayushgupta, @Madhupriya and @btswann
There are many issues that we face during workflow execution and currently we are notified when a workflow completely fails or errors out, there are scenarios where a workflow just never finishes or starts or is stuck on some activity , we never know all this unless we are notified either by the clients and it causes a delay.
is there any way we can set up a monitoring feature in ACS to monitor long running workflows and get notified if a workflow does not complete within an x amount of expected time?
Hi @mmbb110 , In Control Panel we have an option to monitor workflows: https://experienceleague.adobe.com/docs/control-panel/using/performance-monitoring/database-monitori.... We are looking into the requirement of setting alerts at a feature level, so that a user can get notified if a particular item such as workflow or domain certificate etc. is not working.
if I am working on an ACS object like Delivery, workflow and simultaneously if someone else is also editing that same object, there should be something in place to notify us if two users are concurrently working to avoid changes overlap. This causes production issues where sometimes changes do not get saved properly as well.
or is there something already available in ACS that I use to get notified of such a thing?
Hi @mmbb110 ,
There is no such option to get notified if more than one person is working on ACS objects simultaneously. We have another forum where you can ask your questions related to ACS, here's the link: https://experienceleaguecommunities.adobe.com/t5/adobe-campaign-standard/bd-p/adobe-campaign-standar.... Please use this forum to get answers to your questions for future.
No formal end of life has been set for Adobe Campaign Standard. Post-2023, roadmap investment will start to shift to the future Adobe Campaign release, in our move to create a singular Adobe Campaign version in the market. We highly encourage customers to begin planning their transition to the new version for H1'2024 to take advantage of future roadmap investments.
So, what will be the migration plan like for organizations which are using both Adobe Campaign Standard and Adobe Campaign Classic (version 7.0 or earlier)? Do they need to upgrade all their instances to this new version of Adobe Campaign or just Campaign Standard?
We recommend bringing every instance to the same product and version, the latest Adobe Campaign release. If any organization has Adobe Campaign Classic today, version 7.0 or earlier or Adobe Campaign Standard, we encourage them to upgrade to Adobe Campaign v8 . However, there might be nuances, such as how the instances are used. Reach out to the Adobe account team for more detailed conversation on the upgrade process and transition path forward.
Awesome! Thanks for clarifying that for everyone.
Another thing that our customers wonder is about the technical workflows -
Do customers need to stop all workflows or will Adobe do that for them? Will they restart automatically or does the customer need to manually restart?
Can you share insights around that as well?
Here's is what will happen to workflows. Since we are running the migration in an automated fashion, thankfully users will not have to recreate them and all workflows will be replicated from ACS to ACC. However,