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수동으로 워크플로 실행

워크플로가 workflow_dispatch 이벤트에서 실행되도록 구성된 경우 GitHub, GitHub CLI 또는 REST API의 작업 탭을 사용하여 워크플로를 실행할 수 있습니다.

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Configuring a workflow to run manually

To run a workflow manually, the workflow must be configured to run on the workflow_dispatch event.

To trigger the workflow_dispatch event, your workflow must be in the default branch. For more information about configuring the workflow_dispatch event, see "Events that trigger workflows."

Write access to the repository is required to perform these steps.

Running a workflow

  1. On your GitHub Enterprise Server instance, navigate to the main page of the repository.

  2. Under your repository name, click Actions.

    Screenshot of the tabs for the "github/docs" repository. The "Actions" tab is highlighted with an orange outline.

  3. In the left sidebar, click the name of the workflow you want to run.

    Screenshot of the "Actions" page. In the left sidebar, a workflow name is highlighted with an outline in dark orange.

  4. Above the list of workflow runs, click the Run workflow button.

    Note: To see the Run workflow button, your workflow file must use the workflow_dispatch event trigger. Only workflow files that use the workflow_dispatch event trigger will have the option to run the workflow manually using the Run workflow button. For more information about configuring the workflow_dispatch event, see "Events that trigger workflows."

    Screenshot of a workflow page. Above the list of workflow runs, a button, labeled "Run workflow", is outlined in dark orange.

  5. Select the Branch dropdown menu and click a branch to run the workflow on.

  6. If the workflow requires input, fill in the fields.

  7. Click Run workflow.

To learn more about GitHub CLI, see "About GitHub CLI."

To run a workflow, use the workflow run subcommand. Replace the workflow parameter with either the name, ID, or file name of the workflow you want to run. For example, "Link Checker", 1234567, or "link-check-test.yml". If you don't specify a workflow, GitHub CLI returns an interactive menu for you to choose a workflow.

gh workflow run WORKFLOW

If your workflow accepts inputs, GitHub CLI will prompt you to enter them. Alternatively, you can use -f or -F to add an input in key=value format. Use -F to read from a file.

gh workflow run greet.yml -f name=mona -f greeting=hello -F data=@myfile.txt

You can also pass inputs as JSON by using standard input.

echo '{"name":"mona", "greeting":"hello"}' | gh workflow run greet.yml --json

To run a workflow on a branch other than the repository's default branch, use the --ref flag.

gh workflow run WORKFLOW --ref BRANCH

To view the progress of the workflow run, use the run watch subcommand and select the run from the interactive list.

gh run watch

Running a workflow using the REST API

When using the REST API, you configure the inputs and ref as request body parameters. If the inputs are omitted, the default values defined in the workflow file are used.

Note: You can define up to 10 inputs for a workflow_dispatch event.

For more information about using the REST API, see the "Actions."