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15-12-2020

Hi,

 

I'm new to Firefly and I have a question regarding possible action conflicts. I initialized an app based on ACS template and another app using Analytics template in the same workspace. Afterwards, I tried to run the ACS app within its folder, but when I invoked the default action Analytics action was fired instead of the ACS one. Is this the expected behaviour? When I run an app does it always run the last one that was initialized in the given workspace?

 

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Rob

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Hi @robyea - it is not recommended to create 2 separate apps in the same workspace, or more precisely even in the same project. You should either:

1. init a single app with both ACS and Analytics templates, if your app integrates both services; or

2. create 2 separate projects in Developer Console, and init 2 apps for each project - one ACS and one Analytics.

 

Please check out the blog post and video about Firefly projects and workspaces.

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