I'm making a project that needs to break some big workflows into pieces and I need to know how many possible flows does the Workflow (that I have "inputed") before has.
Does anyone know any software that can tell me that?
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Although the technical answer to your question is no, there are some methods which help you limit the number of scenarios you need to cover to provide suitable coverage.
I particularly like the Pairwise methodology
Luckily there is a (no longer free) tool called Hexawise that helps you make sense of it without a mathematics degree!
A particularly simple example is testing Credit Cards. This method will help you formulate the minimum numbers of tests to test each variation of card available.