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Status Not under consideration
Created by Guest
Created on Feb 23, 2022

Provide Option to export in Jar file while using export Command Line Utility

In Sterling Integrator, export command line utility, export.sh, is available under <INSTALL_DIR>/tp_import directory. It is currently having export options as XML (Default), WAR file. There are no options to do export in JAR file format.

What is your industry? Travel & Transportation
How will this idea be used?

While we export the resources for other environments, exported XML file size is enornmous (more than 100 MB) if we choose all the versions of BP/Maps. But, if we choose JAR File option, the file size is compartively smaller.


It will help us to do resource migrations between the landscapes in more effective way.

  • Admin
    Ryan Wood
    Mar 28, 2022

    Thank you for participating in the request for enhancement community. We do understand the concern. We are looking for ways to improve our migration activities. Do you have any thoughts on using Rest or something through CI/CD pipelines?