workflows list

List all workflows in a namespace


omics workbench workflows list


List all the workflows matching the given filters, fetching each page of data sequentially and printing it to the console.


List all the workflows without applying any filters.

omics workbench workflows list

You can refine your search and only include PRIVATE workflows

omics workbench workflows list --source PRIVATE

Or perform whole text searches across multiple fields.

omics workbench workflows list --search "My Workflow"



Limit the maximum number of results printed to the console.


Used to set the offset page number. This allows for jumping into an arbitrary page of results.


Used to set the number of results returned per page (default 100). Reducing the page size can help with poor internet connections.


Used to sort the runs ordered by a set of given properties and directions. The SORT_STRING consists of multiple properties you would like to order by, in the form column(:direction)?(;(column(:direction)?)*. The direction of the ordering is optional and if it is omitted the default ordering is ascending.

Valid Directions: ASC, DESC Valid Columns: run_id, start_time, end_time, state, workflow_name, submitted_by, engine_id

Examples: run_id:ASC;start_time:DESC, state;workflow_name:DESC


Note: This flag is now deprecated - please use --sort instead. Return the runs ordered by the given property. The ORDER_STRING consists of the property you would like to order by, optionally followed by the direction of the ordering. If the direction is omitted it is assumed to be in descending order.

Valid Directions: ASC, DESC Valid Properties: name, source, organization, last_updated_at

Examples: run_id ASC, start_time DESC


Perform a full-text search across various fields in a case-insensitive way, returning runs where the given search string was contained in the text of the field. Properties which support full-text searching include: id, internal_id, name, latestVersion, latestVersionName, organization.


Return the workflows that are from the given source.



When a workflow is deleted from workbench it is no longer usable in a new run, however a reference to it is kept for provenance. By default, deleted workflows are not included in the list operations. Specifying the --list-deleted flag will include the deleted workflows in the response

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