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Synchronization Editor - cleanup / tidy / generalize a Template or Project?

Hi,

I have a sync project in a lab environment whose development effort has spanned three change labels, but now it's complete I want to archive it and test it in another different version of One Identity database (for consistency testing). It transports out fine, but I observed:

1. In TRANSPORT.XML, the <Header> section is quite specific to the One Identity database it was created for, including version info.

2. There is one database object which Transporter couldn't include (it doesn't display objects in the source table for that object, so I can't include it.)

3. the transport includes references to objects which were added and then removed between two commits of the same change label - for example, in the latest change label I can see this fragment even though the object it relates to was removed before the final commit.

            <Column Name="SerializationBag" Display="&lt;SerializationBag Version=&quot;1.0&quot;&gt;&#xD;&#xA;	&lt;Data Name=&quot;ScriptLanguage&quot; Type=&quot;VI.Projector.Scripting.ScriptLanguage, VI.Projector&quot;&gt;VisualBasicNet&lt;/Data&gt;&#xD;&#xA;	&lt;Data Name=&quot;GetScript&quot; Type=&quot;System.String, mscorlib&quot;&gt;if $IsDisabled$ OR $IsDeleted$ then &#xD;&#xA;	return true&#xD;&#xA;else &#xD;&#xA;	return false&#xD;&#xA;end if&lt;/Data&gt;&#xD;&#xA;	&lt;Data Name=&quot;SetScript&quot; Type=&quot;System.String, mscorlib&quot;&gt;&lt;/Data&gt;&#xD;&#xA;&lt;/SerializationBag&gt;">
               <Value>&lt;SerializationBag Version="1.0"&gt;
	&lt;Data Name="ScriptLanguage" Type="VI.Projector.Scripting.ScriptLanguage, VI.Projector"&gt;VisualBasicNet&lt;/Data&gt;
	&lt;Data Name="GetScript" Type="System.String, mscorlib"&gt;if $IsDisabled$ OR $IsDeleted$ then 
	return true
else 
	return false
end if&lt;/Data&gt;
	&lt;Data Name="SetScript" Type="System.String, mscorlib"&gt;&lt;/Data&gt;
&lt;/SerializationBag&gt;</Value>

 

I was wondering if it is possible to create a fresh export of the project which has the following properties:

  • a single generic change label, rather than one specific to the originating database.
  • contains objects inside the completed sync project only - i.e. it excludes all references to the deprecated components
  • includes both objects (including the one Transporter couldn't add).
  • can be imported into any One Identity database of a specific version or higher.

  Is this feasible? I have heard there's an option to export a sync project (or template) inside the Synchronization Editor instead of having to use Designer, but I can't find it.

Thanks in advance

Cheers

Tim

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