Export/ Import pathbuilder templates

Submitted by rnsrk on Thu, 09/30/2021 - 09:59

Export

You can backup you pathbuilders by clicking Create Exportfile on your pathbuilder ... is the place where you define the WissKI structure, configure groups and fields and tell WissKI to which adapter it should send the queries. You can export/import your pathbuilder setup. The administrative name of a pathbuilder could something like Collection and Collection Items or Named Entities. configuration site. This will create a XML file at root-dir ...is the directory, where your Drupal website files and folders are stored (core, modules, sites, themes, .htaccess etc.), if you follow the recommended project structure it's the web folder of your project directory, i.e. /var/www/html/wisski.com/web, or C:/xampp/htdocs/wisski.com/web. /sites/default/files/wisski_pathbuilder/export/ pathbuilder ... is the place where you define the WissKI structure, configure groups and fields and tell WissKI to which adapter it should send the queries. You can export/import your pathbuilder setup. The administrative name of a pathbuilder could something like Collection and Collection Items or Named Entities. _<timestamp>.

Import

If you want to import your configuration first create a pathbuilder ... is the place where you define the WissKI structure, configure groups and fields and tell WissKI to which adapter it should send the queries. You can export/import your pathbuilder setup. The administrative name of a pathbuilder could something like Collection and Collection Items or Named Entities. by clicking on + Add Pathbuilder. Enter a pathbuilder ... is the place where you define the WissKI structure, configure groups and fields and tell WissKI to which adapter it should send the queries. You can export/import your pathbuilder setup. The administrative name of a pathbuilder could something like Collection and Collection Items or Named Entities. and click Save without form generation. The easiest way to import a pathbuilder ... is the place where you define the WissKI structure, configure groups and fields and tell WissKI to which adapter it should send the queries. You can export/import your pathbuilder setup. The administrative name of a pathbuilder could something like Collection and Collection Items or Named Entities. template is to copy the files to /sites/default/files/wisski_pathbuilder/export/ in your root-dir ...is the directory, where your Drupal website files and folders are stored (core, modules, sites, themes, .htaccess etc.), if you follow the recommended project structure it's the web folder of your project directory, i.e. /var/www/html/wisski.com/web, or C:/xampp/htdocs/wisski.com/web. . WissKI will find them and you can copy the link path with a right click and paste it into Pathbuilder Definition Import. Under Set default mode to select Create new fields and bundles. Click Save and generate bundles and fields.

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