Started by Hervé, September 25, 2018, 16:49:30 PM
QuoteThe import mode allows to specify how the components will be imported. Three modes are available:Force copy mode: in this mode, all the components will have a new ID that will be distinct from the one in the database. The imported components and the components in the database will therefore be independent: updating the ones will not impact the others.Force shared mode: in this mode, all the components will be imported with their existing ID from the database. All the components will therefore be shared across the models: the updates done on those components in one model will be seen across all the models where they are present.Template mode: in this mode, which allows to mix copy and shared mode, the import mode is distinct for each component and depends on their properties: - If the component has got a property called "template" with value "copy": then the component is imported in copy mode, - If the component doesn't have a property called "template", or if its value is not "copy": then the component is imported in shared mode.
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