Alias export\import
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Alias export

You can export Corezoid objects with aliases linked to them. To do this:

  1. Select them in the list of objects and press Download;
  2. Select the .zip file format;
Alias export for .json

Alias export is not supported for .json files

  1. Check the Download linked aliases box;
  2. Click the Download button;
  3. In the successful upload notification window, click to file;
  4. Select a folder and save the export file.

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A file with the name of the format object_111111_1519247559.zip, where:

  • object - object type folder, conv (process or state diagram), dashboard;
  • 111111 - object ID;
  • 1519247559 - unload time (unix timestamp);
    will appear on your computer in the specified folder.

Alias import

To import Aliases, do the following:

  1. Go to the Workspace tab;
  2. Click the Create button;
  3. Select the From file option;
  4. Then select a .zip file with Corezoid objects and Aliases on your computer;
  5. As a result, a Corezoid object will be created in the Workspace section of the current folder, and the linked Aliases will be created in the Aliases section.

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When importing Corezoid objects, there may be a conflict between already existing and importing aliases, in this case the Upload master window will display the notification "Aliases already exists" and two ways to solve them:

  1. Import only processes - in this case you will import only folders, processes, state charts and dashboards, while the Aliases linked to them will be completely ignored:

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  1. Show conflicts and accept changes - in this case, you can view all conflicting Aliases in the file, and import them replacing linked objects with imported ones:

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