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Backup of XI development objects - How ?

Former Member
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Hi

How do we take a backup of the development objects in XI ?

Do we have to use the "export design objects option" and export them to the file system of XI server. I am looking at a scenario where in , say , the XI box crashes.

I am looking at a backup of my Software Component Versions in the Integration Builder.

Any pointers ?

Thanks

Saravana

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Former Member
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Sara,

We can restrict access to the developers at the SWCV level or even at the namespace level. I will send you that information.

Regards,

Ravi

MichalKrawczyk
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Hi Saravana,

using file system is very practical:

(if you work for a consulting company)

because you always have the latest versions of your SWC that you can reuse later on (mappings and so on) - or work with them your DEV XI at your company

Regards,

michal

Former Member
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Very True Michal .

My concern is that , since i beleive we cannot limit access to SWCV's or namespaces , and if there is a team of 4 to 6 people working on the same DEV box , there is a possibility that , unknowingly one may delete a namespace or SWCV.

Is there a way in which i can limit access to a specific development object in XI ? say at an object level(Data Type or a Mapping program) or at namespace level ?

Thanks

Saravana

MichalKrawczyk
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Hi,

sure there is:)

fynny you mention it because at the weekend I thought that my next weblog will show how to do it:)

integration buider - user roles

you can do it on object level (mappings, swc all of them)

Regards,

michal

MichalKrawczyk
Active Contributor
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and here it is:)

easy startup with xi authorizations:)

/people/michal.krawczyk2/blog/2005/05/25/xi-how-to-add-authorizations-to-repository-objects

regards,

michal

udo_martens
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Hi Saravana,

you export your files as you described, and if you like, you can save them to other mediums. The path to the export file will be given by a popup after the export.

Regards,

Udo