Exporting Objects to a File - EnterWorks_Process_Exchange_(EPX) - 10.5

EnterWorks EPX Administration

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  1. In Design Console, in the Tools menu, click Import/Export. This action opens the Import/Export window.

  1. In the Import/Export window, click the Migration Source button. In the Source list, click EPX Server. If it does not appear by default, in the Server/File list, click the name of the local EPX installation.

  1. Click OK. Data from the server is loaded into the utility.

  2. In the Source box, click the objects you want to export, and then click the add button [>] to move them to the Destination box.

Click the [>>] or add all button to move all objects in the Source box to the Destination box. Click the [<] or remove button to remove selected objects from the Destination box, or click the [<<] remove all button to remove all objects from the Destination box.

  1. To export the objects in the Destination box, click the Migration Destination button.

  2. In the Destination list, click EPX Export File. In the Server / File box, either type a filename (e.g., export), or click the [...] or browse button to open a dialog where you can select an existing file.

A zip file will be created containing the XML (.epm) file that the exported objects will be written to.

  1. If you have selected process flows, you can also include work items in the export process. Select the Include Work Items checkbox if you want to export work items. By default, work items are not exported (the checkbox is clear). Click Migrate to begin exporting.

  1. When the export is finished, click OK. You can close the utility by clicking the close button [x] in the top-right corner of the dialog. Now the .zip file containing the exported objects can be imported into one or more EPX database servers. If the location where you saved the file is not accessible from the EPX database server into which you will import the EPX data, then you should now copy the file to an accessible location.