I pushed changes to my codebase, triggering a workflow to start. It fails. I'd like to have it try again without pushing new code.
I am not expecting any difference in behavior (I'd expect it to fail again), but I want to know if manual runs are possible.
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Lack of ability to rerun the workflow manually is a real showstopper for us. We would also like to have the ability to configure environment variables and branch while starting the workflow.
Manually rerunning an action is really needed. In addition I also would like to manually run a specific workflow; i.e. I would like to test a scheduled workflow before its scheduled run.
+1, manually restarting a workflow is currently the feature I miss the most.
I my case it would be even better if I could start a workflow on push to *other* repositories (for instance rebuild a top-level project when dependencies have changed).
Just fleshing out my workflow and got a lot of
dummy commit to trigger CI/CD workflow
commit messages in my repo so far :D
+1 for this. Sometimes there are errors (e.g. due to temporary upstream outages) when things run on a schedule, and being able to just click a button to re-run would be ideal.
Thanks for listening!