CoE starter kit can be of great help when setting up the COE, but, sometimes, you just have to remind yourself that it’s, essentially, an open-source solution. There is a great team behind it – they have helped me a lot with some of the CoE starter kit questions/issues before, and I’m sure that’s what they are going to keep doing moving forward.
However, it is what it is, and, sometimes, CoE team just have to call it out:
Just to be clear, with 80+ flows, 15+ applications (and I am not talking about some sort of one-liner apps / single action flows – most of those are, actually, quite advanced), it’s not surprising at all that there can be issues. As long as you are not expecting this to be a fully-functional “product” and are willing to spend time fine-tuning it for your needs, it can still offer lots of benefits.
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