Copy and export flow
|You must have at least Integrator level access in both workspaces to use this functionality.|
Read the documentation at Managing flows for more information regarding the draft state, publishing, and versioning flows.
You can copy your flow in the same workspace.
To copy a flow:
Enter the new flow name:
An exact copy of the flow is created in draft mode. You can then rename and publish the draft:
You can export your flow from one workspace to another. For example, if you want to move a flow from a development to a production workspace.
|The flow can only be exported successfully if its components are accessible in the target workspace.|
Select the destination workspace and (if required) a flow to overwrite with this flow:
When you override a flow, a draft of the new flow is created. The overwritten flow is only replaced with the exported flow when publishing the draft. The original flow is saved as a flow version, and you can revert it from the flow history.
If a flow you want to export contains components that use topics, you must choose a target topic to override. This topic must also be exported:
If the flow has more than one pub/sub topic, topics are not copied into the destination flow.
A new flow with the same name is created in draft mode.
Choose the credentials and publish the draft:
You can use API endpoints with the copy flow functionality. These endpoints are still in active development and should be considered a beta. Read the Connect API documentation for more information.