Exporting and Importing vRO Workflows with PowervRO

There are a number of different ways to get your developed vRO content from one system to another: exporting / importing single items, exporting / importing vRO Packages containing multiple items, synchronising content directly between vRO systems.

In this example I’ll show you how to use PowervRO to export and import workflows from and to vRO.

Export vRO Workflows

To export a single workflow is pretty straightforward with the function Export-vROWorkflow:

However, without much extra effort we can leverage some standard PowerShell functionality and export a whole folder (category) of vRO workflows:

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Import vRO Workflows

Say we are now working on a new vRO system with the same folder structure, we can import one of the exported workflows with the following (note we need to find the ID of the category that we are importing into first):

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Or with a bit of extra work, we can import all of the exported workflows:

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