Data source: Workflow Versions (Edify App)

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The Workflow Versions data source is a collection of tables you can use to build workflow session version reports in Edify App.

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The Workflow Sessions data source is one of several data sources available for creating reports in Edify App. To learn more about data sources in general, please see: Overview: Data sources for reports (Edify App).

With the Workflow Session History data source, you can create reports that show you information about all of the versions for the workflows on your account.

You can use this data source to retrieve information like: 

This article provides common use cases for the data source and a list of its tables.

Use case

The most common use case for the Workflow Sessions History data source is creating a workflow version report.

With a workflow version report, you can create a single view for all the workflow versions that have ever been made for a particular workflow (or for all the workflows) on your account.

For example, if you want to review all of the workflow versions a particular workflow has had to review its past, you could make a workflow version report to see the progressive development of the workflow through its iterative versions.


Like all other data sources in Edify App, the Workflows data source consists of several Edify database tables that Edify App uses to record the operational data associated with your Edify account. 

With the Workflows data source, you can query data and collate it into a single view. Click any of the links below to view column documentation for each table.

Contains general information related to your organization’s Edify account.

This information includes your organization’s name, address, and other basic configuration details.

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Contains general information related to the versions of workflows.

This includes the name of the workflow version, the workflow its associated with, whether it’s the most current version, and whether it’s published.

Click to view table documentation