when configuring input parameters for a cmdlet in the graphical runbook canvas, if there are no inputs configured, you'll get an "No item to display" message and you have to go back and add input parameters. However, you will lose unsaved changes if you go back. To make it more user friendly, would it be better if there's a "Create New" button next to the "No item to display" message so users can create input parameters without having to go back and lose unsaved changes.22 votes
Thanks for voting for this suggestion. We will look into adding functionality that makes adding input parameters from cmdlet configuration easier.
Intellisense does not seem to work correctly for me in the editor. I either get "No suggestion" in the intellisense window, or I get a cmdlet name suggestion when I should get a parameter name.
Thanks for this feedback. Until complete Intelllisense is available, you may want to take a look at the PowerShell ISE add-on for Automation: https://github.com/azureautomation/azure-automation-ise-addon and https://www.powershellgallery.com/packages/AzureAutomationAuthoringToolkit/.
Thanks for posting this suggestion. The team is looking into it.
The Idea is to define a workflow or process platform which will help in defining an organization workflow in a form of template(Business process platform for IAAS definitions ). This will help in creating self service very easy.2 votes
Thanks for the feedback! Can you provide a bit more detail here? Are you looking to visualize the process or just to have a template runbook example for IaaS provisioning?
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