It is also possible to implement the Actions configured for another application by adding Linked Actions. When adding a linked action, you only need to select the source application that contains the actions to be used. This makes it possible, for example, to create an application with a default set of Actions and to link various other applications to that source application, thereby making it unnecessary to create multiple applications and the same set of Actions for each application.
Linked Actions Restrictions
- Execution of "Linked Actions" is restricted based on:
- The Access Control set on the Actions configured for the source Managed Application
- The Workspace Control set on the Actions configured for the source Managed Application.
- Access Control configured for the source Managed Application is ignored.
- Workspace Control configured for the source Managed Application is ignored.
- Actions with the setting Run Once should only run once for each user, even if several applications reference the same Action.
Linked Actions Relationships
- Managed applications can link to multiple managed source applications.
- Multiple managed Applications (targets) can link to a single managed source application.
- Linked Actions cannot link to any managed application which itself has "Linked Actions" Actions to another managed application.
- Managed Applications cannot link to the same managed source application more than once.