no, you should connect a microflow to the default home, see the documentation.
No, but when i try to add an input parameter an error occurs. See the image below:
that image does not work either. However, you need to define the input parameter in your microflow in the modeler. The deeplink module just provides a mapping from an url to a microflow, it does not magically change microflows.
deeplink always start with link, so you should use http://localhost:8079/link/product/1 The trailing slash is NOT needed.
Does the microflow have an input parameter of type Product?
I've added a new microflow with object products as an input parameter and placed an activity which is calling the deeplink.
the name of the microflow is GetProducts
Adding a new deeplink is completed. I've adde two, both linked to the object products. the only what differs them is the name, one is called product and the other products and both are using the productid as attribute for the deeplink. I've 2 products in my productlist. So how can call the deeplink in the browser?
http://localhost:8079/product/1/ and http://localhost:8079/products/2/
Oke, when I use http://localhost:8079/link/product/1 it refers me to http://localhost:8079/index.html. Do i have to make an extra form to display the dataview with product-id 1