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Version: 1.1

Selections and operations

In some cases, you’ll need to retry or cancel many process instances at once. Operate also supports this type of operation.

Imagine a case where many process instances have an incident caused by the same issue. At some point, the underlying problem will have been resolved (for example, maybe a microservice was down for an extended period of time, then was brought back up.)

Though the underlying problem was resolved, the affected process instances are stuck until they are “retried”.

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Let's create a selection in Operate. A selection is a set of process instances on which you can carry out a batch retry or batch cancellation.

To create a selection, take the following steps:

  1. Check the box next to the process instances you'd like to include.
  2. Click the blue Apply Operation on N Instances button.

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  1. Select the operation you want to apply.

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After confirmation, you can see the Operations panel with the current status of all operations.

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