Let’s say I have 2 resources: a template and an execute resource. The execute
resource has a “not_if”, “only_if”, or “creates” that causes it to
conditionally execute based on something other than the template. The template
notifies the execute resource when the template is updated.
Is there some idomatic common way to cause the execute resource to always be
executed when it receives a notification regardless of conditional?
From what I’ve seen, the execute gets the notification, but doesn’t execute
because the conditional evaluation isn’t taking the notification into account.
It would be nice if there was some mechanism for the template to tell the
execute resource to execute no matter what. This could be true of any
resource, not just templates and execute resources.