Christoph Wiese

    Christoph Wiese

    1 year ago
    What happens if I set a flow run to “skipped”, but leave the “Include non-mapped task runs” checkbox unchecked? Will the tasks run anyway? If so, what is the use case for skipping a flow, but not the tasks within it?
    nicholas

    nicholas

    1 year ago
    Hi @Christoph Wiese - no, if the parent flow run isn't in a running/scheduled state, your tasks shouldn't run (there are exceptions to this related to executors but as a general rule it's ok). Generally changing the state of runs after the fact is a bookkeeping measure, used to do things like acknowledge a failed run or that a fix has been applied
    Christoph Wiese

    Christoph Wiese

    1 year ago
    Gotcha - I was using this to skip an upcoming scheduled run, so was wondering about it
    Thanks for the explanation 🙂
    nicholas

    nicholas

    1 year ago
    Sure thing!