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rename project name itself not folders inside the project

Hi All,

is there any way to change the name of the project after creating it 

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Re: rename project name itself not folders inside the project

Hello  sara ramadan

Thank you for contacting Micro Focus Forum. My name is Allison Dixon, I am from the OO/CSA team. 

 Regarding your question, unfortunately, It is not possible to rename a project.  It is only possible to rename folders.

Please take as a reference the following link of the documentation:

https://docs.microfocus.com/itom/Operations_Orchestration:10.70/Use/Authoring_With_OO_Studio/Managing_Projects

It will be the same for all the OO versions.

 

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Re: rename project name itself not folders inside the project

The way we handle a rename for a project is to just create a new project and then move all the contents (folders, system properties, system accounts, etc) to the new project.  Then delete the old project when done.

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Re: rename project name itself not folders inside the project

thanks for your reply but actually the issue here is that you need to update all flow which used any subflow or operation from the old content pack to the ones from the new content pack.

 

 

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