What is this?¶
It is possible to generate various iterations of your agent flows and deploy them to distinct serving environments.
When making modifications to a flow, you are essentially modifying a draft version. At any given time, you have the option to save a draft flow as a flow version. A flow version represents an unchangeable snapshot of your flow data along with all the related agent data, such as intents, entities, webhooks, pages, route groups, and more.
Furthermore, You can deploy this flow versions to different environments, such as development, test, and production. You can also deploy the same flow version to multiple environments.
cxcli, you can easily interact with the flow versions of your Dialogflow CX agents.
All of the commands that you have available in
cxcli to interact with your flows are located within the
cxcli flow-version subcommand.
cxcli has a command that allows you to create a flow versions. You can find a more detailed information here.
cxcli has a command that allows you to update a flow versions. You can find a more detailed information here.
cxcli has a command that allows you to delete your flow versions. You can find a more detailed explanation here.
If you want to see the full usage of the
cxcli flow-version command, please refer to this page.
If you want to learn more about Dialogflow CX flows, refer to the official documentation.