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A Flow service combines a sequence of services to better manage the flow of data among individual services. Learn how to quickly import and export Flow services in webMethods.io integration to streamline your development process with this short tutorial.
This is the seventh part of a series of webMethods.io Integration tutorials exploring the platform’s Super iPaaS Develop anywhere, deploy anywhere capabilities. If you missed the previous part, you can find it here: Use workflows to orchestrate flow services across runtimes with webMethods.io Integration.
Prefer watching a video? See our Developer Evangelist Theo Ezell walk through the steps in this video tutorial:
Export and Import Flow Services with webMethods.io Integration
A webMethods.io Integration environment.
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To begin with, log in to your webMethods.io Integration environment and navigate to the Projects tab. Open the project in which the Flow service you want to export is stored and click on the Flow services tab on the left:
In this how-to, we will export the wrapperService. What is more, the wrapperService calls both other services isInteger and getEmployeeById:
To start with the export, click on the context menu of the Flow service you want to export and select the Export option:
Note that webMethods.io Integration gives you a heads up that the other two Flow services will also be exported:
Click Export and save the Flow service zip archive to your machine.
If you open the archive, you can see your integration package. If you navigate to the namespace folder, you will find your integrations - in this case the getEmployeeById, the isInteger, and the wrapperService as well us the JDBC adapter that calls the database:
If you want to do an import, open a project, and click on the Import button:
Browse your computer’s files and open the Flow service archive you want to import. In our case, we will use the exported earlier Flow service:
In the right upper corner, you should see the Import successful message:
Normally, when you export a Flow service, the connectors don’t go with it. However, in this case, the getEmployeeById service uses a JDBC connection, that works when we import the Flow service because the service runs on the same Runtime. If we want to use the Flow service in a different Runtime, we need to create the connection separately.
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