Exporting and Importing vRO Packages with PowervRO
One thing that I know colleagues and others are keen to automate with PowerShell and vRO is exporting and importing vRO packages. If you’re not familiar with a vRO package it is typically used to bundle up all of the Workflows / Actions / Configuration Elements / Resource Elements which make up the code for a particular project and use the package to transport the code to another system. So you may for instance wish to export a package and copy it to another vRO server or maybe into a version control system, or you may wish to automate the deployment of vRO itself and include importing the code as a final step.
PowervRO includes two functions to assist with this and potentially make use of for your automation of Packages, Export-vROPackage and Import-vROPackage.
To export a package we only need to supply the name of the vRO package and the file path to export it to:
To import the package into another vRO system, transfer the file to the other system and run the following:
Check the help for both functions for additional parameters covering fine tuning options that you might need as part of the export or import.