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If you want to track your packages in Git or have regular backups, CPISync provides the easiest, structured & automated way to achieve your goal. It comes under 10 MB and without any dependencies.

Update 2021-02-06: v0.2.0 here with changed config rules, new features, and bug fixes. You can check the changelog here.


CPI Sync - It is raining packages and artifacts!

Quick Setup & Start

  1. Download the latest release for Windows or Linux:

  1. Create an empty folder & put cpisync.exe inside:

  1. Copy example configuration JSON and create "cpi-sync.json" file. Change the fields accordingly, and don't worry about making mistakes! CPI Sync will validate the config file and give helpful error messages.

"cpisync": "0.2.0",

"tenant": {
"management_host": "",
"credential": {
"s_user": {
"username": "S000change",
"password_environment_variable": "CPI_PASSWORD"
"packages": {
"filter_rules": [
{ "type": "single", "id": "TrainingPackage" },
{ "type": "single", "id": "eDocumentElectronicInvoicingforYou" },
{ "type": "single", "id": "MYPACKAGE" }

  1. Now you can run double-click on "cpisync.exe"

  1. It will ask for your S-user password interactively. Then, if everything is correct it will download the artifacts in packages you have specified.

Since this was the quick start, we went with S-user. For regular usage, I recommend setting up an OAuth client for your CPI management node("tmn").

If you need to run it via jobs, run it for CI/CD or want more configuration, you can find further instructions & documentation on GitHub:

If you similar have use cases and ideas, you can contact me or create an issue on the repository!

Thanks for reading!
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