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tctl workflow show

The tctl workflow show command shows History for the specified Workflow Execution.

tctl workflow show [<modifiers>]

See also tctl workflow showid.

The following modifiers control the behavior of the command.

--workflow_id

Show the History of a Workflow Execution by specifying a Workflow Id.

Aliases: --wid, -w

Example

tctl workflow show --workflow_id <id>

--run_id

Show the History of a Workflow Execution by specifying a Run Id.

Aliases: --rid, -r

Example

tctl workflow show --run_id <id>

--print_datetime

Print the timestamp.

Alias: --pdt

Example

tctl workflow show --print_datetime

--print_raw_time

Print the raw timestamp.

Alias: --prt

Example

tctl workflow show --print_raw_time

--output_filename

Serialize an event to a file.

Alias: --of

Example

tctl workflow show --output_filename <filename>

--print_full

Print full event details.

Alias: --pf

Example

tctl workflow show --print_full

--print_event_version

Print the event version.

Alias: --pev

Example

tctl workflow show --print_event_version

--event_id

Print the details of a specified event. The default value is 0.

Alias: --eid

Example

tctl workflow show --event_id <id>

--max_field_length

Specify the maximum length for each attribute field. The default value is 500.

Alias: --maxl

Example

tctl workflow show --max_field_length <length>

--reset_points_only

Show only events that are eligible for reset.

Example

tctl workflow show --reset_points_only