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Exporting Integrate Packages

Why build your integrations from scratch when you can build on top of what has already been done?

In TORO Integrate, it's possible to share your integrations. And by sharing your integrations, you give people access to your work so they can focus on building new things.

As you know, packages are used to contain and group integrations together. You can import a package to an instance, allowing that package to persist there. By doing so, you will gain a copy of the original package that is named after it, configured like it, and comes with all of its integrations.

To export your packages, simply follow the steps below:

  1. Right click on any package, select Export from the context menu, and click on Integrate Package. This will bring up the Package Export wizard.
  2. If you're using Coder Studio and you have multiple configured instances, select the instance where you'd like to download packages from.
  3. Select all the packages you want to export from the instance.
  4. Tick the checkbox for Include Package Properties if you want to include the .properties files of the packages you are going to download.
  5. Click Finish.

Exporting packages

Exporting packages


It's also possible to export a package by manually compressing its corresponding package folder in the file system. If you want to manually export multiple packages, you will need to compress all the ZIP files of the packages you want to export into a single parent ZIP file. There is a catch, however: do not place the individual package ZIPs under a parent directory and then ZIP that directory.