This function allows you to backup existing structures in BellaDati and migrate them to another instance (eg. from Cloud to On-Premise).
There are two types of BellaDati structures backup:
The following structures are included in this backup:
There are two ways of this structure backup:
When exporting data sets created by joins, all basic data sets will also be automatically exported.
Data are not exported. Use separate exporting data function to backup data!
Import settings (templates), dashboards, users and user groups are not included in XML structure backup. We recommend to create users, user groups and assigning roles to them before importing XML backup. See also user import feature.
A wizard is available during XML structure import. The preview of imported data sets and report parameters is displayed.
Several checks are performed during XML structure import:
You can manually exclude some data sets and reports from the imported XML structure.
Existing XML structure can be modified - see Setup Data Model using XML for details.
Open data set on which imported report was created. Select option Import report from XML to display import wizard.
Select XML file with report export and click Continue to import report.
Open data set to which the report will be imported. Select option Import report from XML to display import wizard. Select XML file with report export, select option Change attribute and indicator mapping before import, click button Continue to proceed to mapping options.
Map existing attributes and indicators from the report to attributes and indicators from the data set. To do this, select attribute (or indicator) code from the column and relevant code from the data set. By clicking button Add, there is created reference between these two codes. When there is created reference for all the attributes and indicators from the report, click button Continue to import the report.
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