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Identify specific unused branches

Identify specific unused branches

Identify specific unused branches


is there a way to identify unused formscape branches with FormScape 3.2 ?

Thanks and best regards,


RE: Identify specific unused branches

Not clean, but a work around : rename the branches, and see if the main project gives errors

RE: Identify specific unused branches

Thanks for your comment, but I do not want to let people run into an error when using a specific branch. My focus is on branches, which are not used for a time frame (so a usage counter or usage log would help). For those I would then use the "rename option".

Any other ideas ?



RE: Identify specific unused branches

Hi Tom

I suppose that the branches are outside the main project.  In Formscape there is an 'log event'.  You could insert an log event at the start of the specific branche.  But the log will only be visible in the log (via administrator) of the main project.  And the log will disappear after a predefined time.  

The only exact way is to insert an action in a database, each time the user passes the branch.

RE: Identify specific unused branches

Hello fbru,

thanks for your comment, I will check with the "log event".

Kind Regards,


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