You can export an existing pipeline from your vRealize Code Stream instance to a JSON file. The exported pipeline file on your local file system uses the same name as the pipeline name. You can share the JSON file with other users so that they can import the same pipeline into their vRealize Code Stream instance.
About this task
This version of vRealize Code Stream supports exporting 2.3 and 2.2 versions of pipelines.
You can export a pipeline an unlimited number of times. The export uses the latest version of the pipeline.
The export stores the pipeline information in a JSON file that you can save to use later, or to share with other users across multiple instances of vRealize Code Stream. If a JSON file already exists and has the same name as the pipeline that you export, the browser determines how the file is saved. Depending on the browser that you use, it either saves the pipeline with a new name, or prompts you to save it in the default download location.
You have one or more pipelines modeled in your instance of vRealize Code Stream.
- To export a pipeline to a JSON file, click Pipelines.
- Select a pipeline, and click Export.
The export saves the pipeline information to a JSON file that has the same name as the pipeline. For example, vRCSE2E.json.
- To verify that the export succeeded, view the JSON file on your local file system.
You exported an existing pipeline to a JSON file.
What to do next
Share the exported pipeline file with other users.