Link Templates to Services and Workflows

Updated 3 weeks ago by Archana Singh

You can link a template to a Service or Workflow. The templates available for linking depend on whether you are adding them to a Service or Workflow. For example, if you are adding a command in a Service, then the templates available to you will be Bash and PowerShell scripts. If you are in a Workflow that deploys to a an AWS cloud provider, then HTTP templates are available.

When you add a command by linking to a Template, the Template often shows you Template variables that you must provides values for.

When you copy a Template, it is similar to creating a new command, and so the variables from the Template do not appear. For example, a new Shell Script command would not have existing variables, and so copying a Shell Script command Template will not have the variables either.

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Before You Begin

To link a template to a Service, do the following:

  1. In Setup, click an application, and in Services, click a Service. The Service settings appear.
  2. Click Add Command. The Add Command settings appear.
  3. Click From Template Library. The Template Library appears.
  4. Locate the template you want, and click the Link button. Provide values for the template variables and click Submit. The template is added to the service and linked. You can see the Version:version and Template icon next to the entity you selected. For example:

To link a template to a Workflow, do the following:

  1. In Setup, click an application, and in Workflows, click a Workflow. The Workflow settings appear.
  2. In the Workflow steps, click Add Command.
  3. Click From Template Library. The Template Library settings appear.
  4. Locate the template you want, and click the Link button. Provide values for the template variables and click SUBMIT. The template is added to the workflow and linked. You can see the Version:version and Link icon next to the entity you selected. For example:

Next Steps


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