After the platform upgrade to version 2023.1 I noticed that scheduled system flows in IAM were disabled. Until now I just assumed this was due to the platform upgrade. I re-enabled them and didn't give it a second look. But today reports came in that documents were missing in the end-product. It turned out that the flow schedules were disabled again. I synced to IAM this morning. Does that mean every sync to IAM will disable auto running system flows from now on?
Best answer by Erwin EkkelView original
Could it be that the created process flow schedules are not set as Default?
Hi Mark. There are no schedules defined in SF. All system flows use custom schedules defined in IAM.
In the Synchronization to IAM I can see that System flows that have an active custom schedule will be updated to have no active schedule in case the setting Custom schedules allowed is turned off in the model.
Could it be the case that this exact system flow has this setting turned off in the Software Factory?
I forgot to mention it in my previous post but all system flows have “custom schedule allowed” set to enabled.
I am able to reproduce this. I will create a support ticket for this.