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Deploying 3.6.1 Workflows to 4.0.1 User Application


Hello,

I just finished upgrading RBPM3.6.1 to RBPM4.0.1a Advanced Edition.
(Test Inv)

Well - Everything appears to be fine - but now i need to export
Workflows (PRD's) from the 3.6.1UA to the new migrated 4.0.1UA.

I tried to export some PRD's from the 3.6.1 Designer and importing them
from the Designer 4.0.1 - and when im trying to Deploy these PRD's from
Designer 4.0.1 to my RBPM 4.0.1 - the Designer is keep 'thinking'
forever..


There is any way to do this?


Thanks!


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Re: Deploying 3.6.1 Workflows to 4.0.1 User Application

On 02/16/2012 04:16 AM, noamsh wrote:
>
> Hello,
>
> I just finished upgrading RBPM3.6.1 to RBPM4.0.1a Advanced Edition.
> (Test Inv)
>
> Well - Everything appears to be fine - but now i need to export
> Workflows (PRD's) from the 3.6.1UA to the new migrated 4.0.1UA.
>
> I tried to export some PRD's from the 3.6.1 Designer and importing them
> from the Designer 4.0.1 - and when im trying to Deploy these PRD's from
> Designer 4.0.1 to my RBPM 4.0.1 - the Designer is keep 'thinking'
> forever..
>
>
> There is any way to do this?
>
>
> Thanks!
>
>

Greetings,
Why did you not simply migrate the User Application driver in
Designer as outlined in the Documentation?

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noamsh Absent Member.
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Re: Deploying 3.6.1 Workflows to 4.0.1 User Application


I did, but there are some new PRD's developed after the migration in the
second inv. (3.6.1) . .


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