Follow these steps to send the default group of one workspace to another workspace. In the example below, ABC_DEV2_buttobr is the source workspace.
Open a command window on the destination machine, cd to the destination workspace location, and enter the following commands:
The commands should be typed on the command line rather than copy/pasting the text above to avoid encoding issues. Note that in both commands, the l is a lowercase L (not the numeral one).
This effectively does a co (Send-to-Workspace) operation of all default group elements from the source workspace to the destination workspace making them active members there. To view the results, open the destination workspace in the GUI and select Default Group in the search pane; each element will have (member) status.
Since the co command adds these elements to the destination workspace's default group, they will be ignored by future updates. Remember that update always skips over members of the default group when deciding which elements to update. If you want to remove them from your default group, either promote or purge them (Revert-to-Backed). Both actions cause the elements to become inactive in your workspace and thus no longer members of your default group.