As the subject says, I cannot figure out how to set an item back to the ‘new’ state, as I cannot pass the option to ignore the max retries count when updating the workitem from Python.
I guess this is the method that needs an additional argument. I would make a pull request myself, if I knew where to pass the option…
OpenFlow version: 1.5.1
Using self hosted openflow: openflow.alphatrods.dk
import openiap import os import asyncio async def main(): openflow_url = os.environ.get("openflow_url") assert openflow_url is not None wiq = os.environ.get("wiq") assert wiq is not None client = openiap.Client(openflow_url) # Do some login await client.Signin() workitem = await client.PopWorkitem(wiq = wiq) workitem.state = "retry" workitem.errortype = "application" await client.UpdateWorkitem(workitem) # How do I ensure the workitem is now new # and not failed if, for instance, it is supposed to run at a later time? # I might want to update nextrun and let it wait a while and then have it run again asyncio.run(main())