Hi Hak,

Yes, you can get all of the information saved for a particular workflow -
in the abstract, not a particular workflow execution - by going to
'Download or Export' in the workflow menu, then click "Download to File".
 This will give you a .ga file which contains the steps in JSON format,
which is fairly human readable.

If you're asking for the actual command lines executed, you'll have to dig
in the database a little bit to find the exact jobs you've executed and
grab the command line from there, as this information isn't tied to the
workflow itself -- at least, not directly.

-Dannon



On Tue, Apr 30, 2013 at 3:05 PM, Hakeem Almabrazi <halmabr...@idtdna.com>wrote:

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> Is there an easy way to view/save/print out the executed commands and
> their parameters for a workflow?   I want to see what is going on for
> certain steps in my workflow.****
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> Regards,****
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> Hak****
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