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Copy campaign instance to another campaign server
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I have a campaign instance running on Server A. I'd like to copy that instance onto Server B such that I can login with the same user/pass i used when the instance is on server A (redundancy). Also since that instance is already connected to the DB I wouldn't need to obtain the DB password from IT, which would cause delays. Is this as simple as copying the config-instance.xml file to server B? Appreciate the help.

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Re: Build a package programatically to import to ACC
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Hi Inmo, what if you wanted to import the package through the xtkBuilder.InstallPackage from an xml. More than exporting I want to automate the importing

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Hi Inmo,

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Hi Inmo,,

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Installing a Package on ACC with the InstallPackage xtkBuilder method
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I have a package I want to import using the method below that is described in the API docs var params = {builder: {package: { ... } } } NLWS.xtkBuilder.InstallPackage(params)If i have a package that was generated (let's say package.xml). How exactly do i pass it into this function to install the package without errors?Currently I can install the package through Tools -> Advanced -> Import Package and it works.

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I have code (JS/JSSP) in a repository that I would like to push to my ACC environment through a release pipeline. I believe to do this I first need to have this code packaged in the same format as a typical ACC package do some sort of call to import it into ACC. I was wondering if there are any resources surrounding: Creating ACC packages programatically, outside of ACC.Pushing the package to ACC (maybe a SOAP call?) Possibly checking for diffs in ACC vs what is about to be pushed.Basically, I w...

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