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What does the new Synergy SSP module stack import export wizard do?

Last Updated:06/01/2017

Question:

What does the new Synergy SSP module import export wizard do?

Answer:

e2 studio v5.4.0.018 adds a new feature to export module stacks and their configuration from the threads page of a project and import them into a thread in a different project sharing the same minor version of SSP (e.g. SSP v1.2.z). The implementation covers the following functionality:
  • Export of the currently selected module instance and all those beneath it to a new configuration fragment file as a single stack.
  • Export of the currently selected module instance and all those beneath it to an existing configuration fragment file adding a single stack to the stacks already described in the file.
  • Optional export of common module properties in addition to per-instance module properties via checkbox.
  • Import of one or more module stacks from a Synergy configuration file or configuration fragment file to the currently selected thread. Available stacks (recognized by the current SSP version) are listed for selection.
  • Import of a single module stack from a Synergy configuration file or configuration fragment file to a placeholder within an existing stack. Appropriate stacks (satisfying the placeholder) are listed for selection.
  • Optional import of common module properties in addition to per-instance module properties via checkbox.

To export a stack, right-click on the highest-level module instance to be exported in the Threads tab, and select Export.

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In the Export dialog that pops up, browse to the location where you’d like to save the configuration fragment file, or select an existing configuration fragment file to add on to.

Via the Include common properties checkbox you can indicate if you would like to include the properties of any common modules included in the stack or not.

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In the target thread of the target project, right-click into the Stacks pane and select Import. Then navigate to the configuration fragment file or Synergy configuration file from which to import, and select the stack(s) you would like to import from the list. Via the Include common properties checkbox you can indicate if you would like to import the properties of any common modules included in the stack or not. Click Finish to complete the import process.

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