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Visual Composer transport shared/public models - not working.

Hi All,

I am trying to transport a public/shared model from one dev server to another development server. When I transport the models and iviews to another machine, I could see them in PCD. However when I open Visual composer on target portal server, I am not able to see those transported models in shared repository. Why ?

I could right click the model and open it from PCD but it still does not appear in shared models. What can I do to get the transported models appear in shared/public repository?

Regards

Pallayya

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    Posted on Oct 15, 2009 at 02:40 PM

    Hi,

    this is a standard behaviour for me, as you should not modify your model in QUAL or PROD, but use the final result (your iview) in these two environment. You need to have the same application in DEV/QUAL/PROD, so no need to change the model in QUAL.

    This is the philosophy here - I think.

    Fabien.

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      hi Fabian,

      We are in some kind of product scenario. We are developing some VC iviews which needs to be transported to client's environment. Client can further modify them to suit their requirements. So basically the transport is between dev to dev rather than dev to qa to production.

      Any help is greatly appreciated.

      Regards

      pallayya

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    Posted on Oct 15, 2009 at 03:18 PM

    Hi,

    Fabien is correct.

    The best practice is that the development takes place in the DEV machine, and the produced iView are later transported to QA and PROD.

    notice that the iViews are transported and not the Model repository.

    each machine has it's own model repository, and you cannot transport it from one machine to the other. (public or not)

    Best Regards,

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