Process Apps → Working with Process Apps → Starting with Process Apps → Importing a Process App
You can import blueprint files (.msd) that were previously exported from SBM Composer, saved from Application Repository, or downloaded from an external source. You can also import process app template (.mst) files.
The Import option is best used to import a process app that has not yet been deployed to an environment. The process app will maintain its identity, meaning that you will need to choose to overwrite existing versions of the process app if it already exists in the repository.
You can also use this method to import a template file. Once you import a template, you can modify it, then export it and add the latest version to your template library.
To import a process app or a template:
If the process app was also checked in to the repository, SBM Composer warns you that, on checking it in, you have to decide whether to check in new versions of its design elements created from the local process app, or overwrite the local process app with the latest versions of its design elements from the repository.To prevent loss of any work you did on the local copy:
The Import as New option is best used to create a process app based on another process app. The process app will have a new identity that you can modify.
To create a new process app based on another process app:
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