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Learn to use Synchronize feature in FlowWright

Last published at: July 18th, 2024

Today, most customers have multiple FlowWright environments: development, QA, and production. Developers may develop steps, business objects, forms, workflow definitions, etc. Now, these need to be ported to the QA environment for the QA people to test the built functionality. In most products, this must be done manually, even on some enterprise applications available to the market. 


FlowWright simplifies this task with its user-friendly 'Synchronization' feature.  You can easily push from a source to a target environment or pull from the target environment to the source environment.  This feature is conveniently located under the Status menu, in a sub-menu called 'Synchronize'.



Synchronize lets you synch many different types of items within FlowWright; you can synchronize the following types of items:


You may synchronize Items like process definitions, data types, steps, business objects, folders, forms, etc.


You may synchronize Configuration artifacts like roles, settings, queues, globalization, lookup data, etc. 


You may synchronize Connection artifacts like database, oAuth, rabbitMQ, FTP, etc. 


You may synchronize the Triggers artifacts like email, file system, rabbitMQ, MSMQ,  etc. 


You may synchronize the Packages like process definitions, form definitions ESB, etc.