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How to Share/Deploy/Undeploy local BPM process using NWDS

This blog will provide step by step guide on how to Import/Export,Deploy/Undeploy BPM Process using NWDS and PO.

1)How to Export BPM Process/SC?

  • Open Development Infrastructure Perspective

window->Perspective->Open Perspective->Other->Development Infrastructure.

  • Open Component browser and select the SC and click on export
  • Select all development components and click on force build.

  • Click on next and do following configuration and press finish.

  • Please Wait until the export is done.

2)How to Import BPM Process/SC?

  • Go to Development Infrastructure-> component browser
  • Right click on Local Development and Import the SC.

  • Click on next button if you are importing existing SC otherwise just press finish.

  • Click next to import SC.

  • Open the imported SC and right click on process to create BPM project.

  • Now open the Process Development perspective to see the imported/created Processes.

3)How to Deploy BPM Process on PO server?

  • Open Process Development perspective and right click on BPM process

  • Click on Deploy it will do both Build and Deploy.

  • Enter the UserName and Password.

  • Open NWA to see the list of deployed process.

NWA->Configuration->Process and Tasks->Process Repository

4)How to Undeploy BPM Process from PO server?

  • Open Deployment perspective and go to Repository Explorer.
  • Right click on BPM process and press “Add to Undeploymet List”.

  • Go to Undeployment list and click on Start.

  • Open NWA to check the status of process.

Note: We can deploy/Undeploy BPM Process using NWDS/PO.

5)Deploy BPM process using PO.

  • Select the version and click on Active Button.

6)Undeploy BPM process using PO.

  • Select the version and click on Deactive All button.

Reference

  •  SAP Note 1809220 – How to export a DC

Hope this blog post will help you to understand how to share and manage local BPM Process.

Thank You !!

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