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Move Part of Repo from one system to another

Is there any way to export not whole repository from one system and import it to another?

I mean: if I have bunch of flows under some folder, say Max009 in one repo, and I'd like to export just those, save it locally and then export that saved part into another repository, to have there same folder Max009.

Is that possible?

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Re: Move Part of Repo from one system to another

Yes.  In Studio, right click on the folder you would like to export (Max009) and select Repository -> Export as New Repository.

 

On the other system, you can import that newly created repository.  Use "Import Repository" from the Repository pull down menu.

 

Dan.

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Absent Member.. Sandy21 Absent Member..
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Re: Move Part of Repo from one system to another

Hi Dan,

 

I have tried the import option. But it creates another repository in studio right? Is there any option to add the flows we extracted as part of an existing repository?

 

 

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Trusted Contributor.. jarodb Trusted Contributor..
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Re: Move Part of Repo from one system to another

Have you looked at the command line utility "repoutil"
You can find its usage in the SDKGuide

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