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Calcite | Level 5

To All:

We are creating Stored Processes in a Mid Tier Test library and once all requirements are met we want to move to the Mid Tier Production Library.  We are encountering that we cannot modify the physical location of the stored processes and need to either re-code the stored processes or leave it within the Test Library. We have tried modifying the physical location via console management with no luck.  Is there anyway in which to modify the physical location of stored processes? 


Test library - called Reggie

Functiona library - called action

I will create a stored process within the test library of reggie.  However once I am certain that the information is working within reggie, I would like to move the stored process to Action because action is the main library where the process will run.  Yet when I point the path to action, and delete the test stored process out of reggie, the entire stored process is deleted.



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Angela Hall has an excellent post on how to move stored processes:

It works for "promoting" a stored process from a development folder to a production folder, as you describe.



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Calcite | Level 5


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