Exporting Replication Data

You can export replication data for one or more applications. You would typically export replication data from a primary or master server. You can also use the replication data to share processes across testing and demonstration servers.

To export replication data:

  1. Navigate to Management > Applications.

  2. From the Replication menu select Export.

  3. Select the applications that you want to export and click Next.

  4. Select the environments that you want to export and click Next.

  5. Select the export options as follows:

    Option Description

    Component versions

    Determines which component versions to export. Select one of the following:

    • Deployed: include all deployed versions from the current inventory status of the environments (default)
    • All: include all component versions
    • Latest: include only the latest versions of the components
    • None: do not include component versions

    Note: Inactive component versions are not exported even if all component versions are selected.

    Versions objects

    Determines which property sheet or process versions to export. Select one of the following:

    • Latest: include only the latest versions (default)
    • All: include all versions
    Include snapshots

    Select this to include snapshot information in the export. The default is selected.

    Note: If snapshots are included in the export, all related component, process, and property sheet versions will be exported with them regardless of the selections for Component versions and Versioned objects options.

    Include plugins Select this to include plugins in the export. The default is selected.
    Export format

    Determines the metadata export format. Select one of the following:

    • JSON (default)
    • XML
  6. Click Export.

The exported replication data is saved in a single zipped file that contains the file type designated in the Export format option. Component version files will be saved within folders named by component ID and version ID. The zipped file is saved to the downloads location defined in your web browser.