An exported flow can be imported into .

Limitations

Imported flows do not contain the following objects:

Define import rules

Before you import a package, you may need to create import mapping rules to apply to your package. For example, if the Development data is stored in a different location than the Production data, you may need to create import rules to remap paths and connections to use to acquire the data from the Production environment. 

NOTE: Import rules are applied at the time of import. They cannot be retroactively applied to releases that have already been imported.

For more information, see Define Import Mapping Rules.

Import

NOTE: You cannot import into a Dev instance if your account for the instance contains the Deployment role.

NOTE: When you import a package, you import a ZIP file. You cannot import the contents of the ZIP. If your local environment automatically unzips ZIP files, please re-ZIP before you import.


Steps:

  1. Export the flow from the source system. See Export Flow.
  2. Login to the import system, if needed.
  3. Click Flows.
  4. From the context menu in the Flow page, select Import Flow.
  5. Select the ZIP file containing the exported flow. Click Open.

The flow is imported and available for use in the Flows page.

Import into Prod instance

After creating any import rules in your Prod instance, please do the following.

Steps:

  1. Export the flow from the source system. See Export Flow.
  2. Login to the Prod instance.
  3. Click Deployments.
  4. Select or create the deployment into which to import the package.
  5. Within the deployment, click Import Package.
  6. Select the ZIP file containing the exported flow. Click Open.
    1. Any defined import rules are applied to the package during import.
    2. The package is selected as the active one for the deployment.

Tip: After you import, you should open the flow in Flow View and run a job to verify that the import was successful and the rules were applied. See Flow View Page.