Workflow Validation

Only workflows with a limited set of actions and capabilities can be processed
at Telestream Cloud within Vantage Cloud Port Hosted Workflows.

The following is a list of the actions which are supported by Vantage Cloud Port
Hosted Workflows. If a workflow contains an action not in this list, an error
message shall be raised when an attempt to export the workflow to a Compiled
Workflow Document is made

Supported Actions

  • Compute
  • Construct
  • Decide
  • Multi-Decide
  • Extract
  • Receive
  • Synchronize
  • Flip64
  • Conform
  • Multiscreen Flip
  • Timed Text Flip
  • Timed Text Conform
  • Tempo
  • Analyze

Along with the restriction on action usage in a workflow destined for Vantage
Cloud Port Hosted Workflows, restrictions are placed on the internal structure
of all actions within a candidate workflow.

  • All candidate workflows MUST begin with a Receive action and consist of NO
    other Origin actions (e.g.: Watch, Workorder, etc.…). The Receive action
    shall contain special provisions where it may not advertise Cloud Mode
    capability; but due to the nature of the Receive action; it shall be allowed
    (and Required) to be present in a Cloud Port Phase II workflow.

  • The candidate workflow must be able to successfully execute if run

  • Actions which make use of STATIC resources or other references to
    on-premises only resources shall be considered invalid. For example, a
    workflow which contains a Flip64 action which references a static overlay
    file (D:\MyImages\myfile.png) will obviously not work outside of the
    very specific environment in which it was built. When the Validation process
    discovers this, the validation shall fail. A user would be responsible for
    ensuring that any references such as this are either removed or replaced by
    Variables. Actions which reference specific physical locations (i.e. a
    Flip64 action which is configured to write output to a network folder) are
    illegal. These references would cause validation to fail. The user is
    responsible for making sure that actions are configured in a valid
    configuration which allows Cloud Mode. (NOTE: Vantage Cloud Port already
    enforces this rule: an action may not be placed into Cloud Mode if it
    references a location which exists only on the on-premises systems).

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