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Author's profile photo Arijit Mukherjee

How to share the NWBPM developed in Local NWDS with other developer using NWDS-Steps

As we know  that we do not have the ccBPM anymore in PO, we need to write the NWBPM in local NWDS system and deploy the same to PO. Now what happens if the developer, who created the process in his local NWDS, is not available and  NWDI is not configured? But the functional requirement changed and some other developer need to change the process. In those cases, the only way out is that when one develops the NWBPM, he shares the NWBPM with other developers so that any one can modify the process locally and deploy the updated process to PO.

I was in a similar situation where I needed to share the NWBPM I created with other developer and was not able to find a blog on the same though this is a simple set of activities which we need to perform.Hence this blog.

Export Product:

Open the NWDS in Composite Designer perspective.Then right click on product you developed and select Export Product.


Select the folder where you want to export the files and click on Finish button.Please make sure that the Folder, where you want to save the files from this export, does not have any other files in it.In my case I created a new folder with name BPM.


Now you should be able to see the below screen in NWDS.


You should be able to see the “.sca” files created under the directory/folder you have chosen.


With this we completed the Export process.You can now send those files to the other developer who want to import them in their local NWDS.

Import Product:

Open the NWDS in any perspective and do the following steps.

Clinck on File>Import.


Then select the Product option under composite designer and click on next.


On the next page, select the FileSystem rasio button,Local development as the Development Configuration and the folder you saved the “.sca” files after export.Then click on Finish.


Now you will be able to see the below screen and it takes time to disappear.



Once done, open Composite Designer perspective and you should be able to see the process.



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      Author's profile photo Robert Warde
      Robert Warde

      Thanks for the documentation Arijit. I've used this myself and it works perfectly.

      Author's profile photo Former Member
      Former Member

      Good one 🙂