Import data using DevOps

There are two ways in which you can import an .xml file in FintechOS Studio. Depending on what you are importing, there are several steps to follow and dedicated spaces to use:

  • to import a deployment package, follow the path FintechOS Studio > DevOps >Deployment package.
  • to import a configuration data deployment package, follow the path FintechOS Studio > DevOps > Configuration Data Deployment package.

1 Deployment package

To import the package:

  1. Follow the path FintechOS Studio > DevOps >Deployment package.
  2. Click on the Import deployment package icon found on the top right-side part of the screen.
  3. The local Files menu of the device opens. Select the file to be imported.
  4. The system will ask the user ''Source database has the version 21.1.1.0. Continue?''. The answers options are Yes and No. Select Yes to continue.
  5. The system will ask the user ''Do you want to deploy audit configurations (you should normally choose 'Yes')?''. The answers options are Yes and No. Select Yes if you wish to deploy it. If you do not wish to deploy it, click No.
  6. The package has been successfully imported if the package meets the requirements. These requirements are needed to be met when the package is created, i.e. exported. For details, see Creating Enhanced Deployment Packages.

To see the package:

  1. Follow the path FintechOS Studio > DevOps >Deployment package Logs.
  2. Search the package using the name you have given it.
  3. Double- click on the name. The Edit Deployment Package Log opens. The fields are read-only.
  4. In the grid named List of customization log items, double-click on the item to see it. The page Edit Deployment Package Logs Component opens. The fields are read- only.

2 Configuration Data Deployment package

To import the package:

IMPORTANT!  
This package only contains the records, not the metadata, such records are inserted into the fields in a FintechOS Portal.
  1. Follow the path FintechOS Studio > DevOps > Configuration Data Deployment package.
  2. Click on the Import Data Config Data icon found on the top right-side part of the screen.
  3. The local Files menu of the device opens. Select the file to be imported.
  4. The system will ask the user ''Source database has the version 21.1.1.0. Continue?''. The answers options are Yes and No. Select Yes to continue.
  5. The system will ask the user ''Do you want to deploy audit configurations (you should normally choose 'Yes')?''. The answers options are Yes and No. Select Yes if you wish to deploy it. If you do not wish to deploy it, click No.
  6. The package has been successfully imported if the package meets the requirements. These requirements are needed to be met when the package is created, i.e. exported.

To see the package:

  1. Search for it by its name or to see only the imported packages tick the boolean was imported yes.
  2. To open the package, double-click on the name. The fields are read-only. If the boolean Was imported is true, i.e. ticked, then the package was imported successfully.