I am creating a flow that I want to contain in a subflow, but as it exposes a websocket and http endpoint, I only want 1 subflow node to exist in the workspace (ie. can only expose the same http endpoint).
Is there a way to check/force if more than 1 instance exists in all flows ?
Can't you search for the sublfow's name and see how many times it is found?
My thoughts precisely as well.
hmm I am not sure if i understand how this works.
- I have a flow, want to contain it in a subflow
- the subflow should only exist once in all flows
The idea is a self-contained flow that does not necessarily requires input and does not produce output. I just don't want to see it as a separate flow (in the tabs).
So, why do you want it to be in a subflow? Seems redundant?
I suggested link call as I assumed you meant a singleton model
Do you have latest node-red? regular tabs can now be hidden.
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