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ARD when Import existing flows to ARD HUB, subflows are missing.

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Article ID: 199518

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CA Agile Requirements Designer

Issue/Introduction

I have a flow that has 2 subflows. During Creating of the Mainflow,  I copied AccessFlow.vtf  and pasted it and renamed the file to NoAccessFlow.vtf.  Then used them in the flow.   When I Import this existing flows to ARD HUB, subflows are missing during migration. 

Cause

Copy and pasting subflows within a flow is not the preferred/recommended method. When you copy and paste from the file system or within flows, the GUID remains the same.  As a result the import may not work as expected. 

Environment

Release : 3.1

Component : CA Agile Requirements Designer

Resolution

This is expected behavior when cutting and pasting subflows within a flow. This scenario is not the preferred/recommended method.

Workaround: 

Open the flow (AccessFlow.vtf) that you want to duplicate in ARD and  copy the entire content of the flow  (Ctrl A & C) , create a new model and paste this into the new model. Save it with a new name. AccessFlow2

In the  MainFlow for the subflow block,  choose the new flow instead( AccessFlow2). 

Now when you try to migrate to the HUB, both the subflows are imported fine.