Find Workflows

Finds Workflows that match your criteria. The Workflows.Find method supports a fluent style where you can chain together your search criteria.


Permissions Required

Matching Workflows will only be included in the results if you have Find permissions to that Workflow. Workflows that you do not have permissions to will be excluded from the results.

Method Signature

WorkflowsPage Find(Search.Filter filter = null, PagingOptions pagingOptions = null);
async Task<WorkflowsPage> FindAsync(Search.Filter filter = null, PagingOptions pagingOptions = null);


filterSearch.FilterThe filter criteria to search by, or null to fetch all Workflows.
pagingOptionsPagingOptionspaging options including Size and PageToken
returnsWorkflowsPageThe requested page of Workflows

You can search for matches among the following attributes of the Where class.

TextstringFuzzy matches text attributes of a Workflow, including Name and Description.
OwnerstringSearch for Workflows owned by a specific team member. The email
address of the owner of the Workflow must match exactly, apart from casing.
CategorystringFind all Workflows in a specific category


 * This example demonstrates finding all WorkflowsWorkflow owned by a
 * particular user and having a name that matches particular text.
 * This also demonstrates paging through results to collect all
 * matches into a single list.
using Catalytic.Sdk.Entities;
using System.Collections.Generic;

namespace Catalytic.Sdk.Examples
    class Program
        static void Main(string[] args)
            var catalytic = new Catalytic.Sdk.Client(Credentials.Default);
            var workflows = new List<Workflow>();
            var paging = new PagingOptions { Size = 25 };
            while(paging != null)
                var result = catalytic.Workflows.Find(
                    Where.Text.Matches("SDK Example")
                      .And.Owner.Is("[email protected]"),
                paging = result.NextPageOptions;
            // workflows now contains all matching Workflows