This blog article outlines how to install and use the DCP Template Import Manager. Please notice: This blog article is intended for On-Premise version and DocumentsCorePack local intallations. If you are using the online version, please have a look at this blog article.
If you are using the latest version of DCP, you will find the TemplateImportManager.exe-file (highlighted) in the install directory, which allow you to easily import, export or transfer templates from a source organization to a target organization.
Open your DocumentsCorePack install directory and select the TemplateImportManager. A double-click on the application opens the Template Import Manager-dialog, which allows you to either import, export or transfer your DocumentsCorePack templates. These three options will be explained below:
Import from Zip
Next, double-click on the ❶ [Load from Zip]-button and open the directory containing your Zip-file – “Export” ❷ in this case.
Next, open your Zip-file and select the templates you want to import. It is possible to ❶ ”Select All” or single templates from your Zip-file by checking the corresponding checkboxes on the left side. Click on the ❷ [Import selected templates]-button to finish the Import.
Export from Zip
Hit on the [Export from Zip]-button to export DCP templates. Here you have to specify a connection to the organization from where you want to export your templates. Like explained before, select an ❶ existing profile, click on the ❷ [Retrieve all]-button, select the ❸ source organization you wish and hit on the [OK]-button.
As mentioned before, double-click on the [Load from Zip]-button and select the templates you want to export by selecting ❶ all or only single template from your Zip-files. Click on the ❷ [Export]-button to finish the Export.
The TemplateImportExportConsoleApplication does the same as the TemplateImportManager – it automates the actions: import and export.
Therefore, please open your cmd from the Start pane or by pressing the Windows key + R. Next, search for the DCPIE.exe and enter the command DCIEP.exe help ❶. This action displays you ❷ a list of parameters which are needed to perform the necessary actions as you can see in the figure below.
Learn more about the DCIEP.exe parameters.
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