Workflow Project Handler

Handler to programmatically convert a local SonataFlow project into Kubernetes manifests to deploy with the operator.

How to

Add this module to your project's dependencies:

go get

Then you should have access to the main entry point of this package, which is the workflow project handler builder.

The API is simple enough to describe in a few lines:

package main

import (


func Main() {
	// we are ignoring errors just for demo purposes, but don't do this!
	workflowFile, _ := os.Open("myworkflow.sw.json")
	propertiesFile, _ := os.Open("")
	specFile, _ := os.Open("myopenapi.yaml")
	defer workflowFile.Close()
	defer propertiesFile.Close()
	defer specFile.Close()
	// create the handler
	handler := workflowproj.New("mynamespace").
		AddResource("myopenapi.yaml", specFile)

	// You can easily generate the Kubernetes manifests to later use client-go to deploy them in the cluster...
	objs, _ := handler.AsObjects()
	// client.Create(...), other stuff
	// ... or you can save the files locally to use them later or to integrate in a GitOps process
	_ = handler.SaveAsKubernetesManifests("/my/dir/")

The SonataFlow custom resource generated is annotated with the devmode profile . Every other resource added to the project is a ConfigMap handling these resources for you.

Given that you already have the SonataFlow Operator installed , to deploy the generated project you can simply run:

kubectl apply -f /my/dir/* -n "mynamespace"