Clone App

This topic shows how to clone an app.

Clone App Details screen

Creates a new application clone.

Figure: Clone App Details screen

Clone App Details screen

Fields

Field Name Definition

Selected App Name

Function:
Shows the name of the selected app to clone.
Accepted Values:
Read only.
Default Value:
The display name for your app.

New App Name

Function:
Specifies a name for your application clone.
Accepted Values:
One line of text that can have spaces.
Default Value:
None

Choose App Details to Clone

Function:
Specifies the application clone details to clone.

Some application resource are mandatory to create the application clone. For others, you may need to configure the application resource again if you do not select to clone it.

Accepted Values:
  • Selected - Specifies to clone the resource to the new app.
  • Deselected - Specifies to not clone the resource to the new app.
Default Value:
Selected

Next

Opens this Screen:
Clone App screen
Function of this Screen:
Lets you change the name of the process models in your application clone, and shows the other application resources.

Clone App screen

Lets you change the name of the process models in your application clone, and shows the other application resources.

Figure: Clone App screen

Clone App screen

Good to Know

  • You must assign a new name for the process models because you can not have more than one process model with the same name.

Fields

Field Name Definition

Content Type

Function:
Shows the type of application resource.
Accepted Values:
Read only.
Default Value:
The type of content.

Existing Name

Function:
Shows the name of a resource that exists in the app.
Accepted Values:
Read only.
Default Value:
The name of a resource.

New Name

Function:
Specifies the new name of the resource in the new app.

You must assign a new name for the process models because you can not have more than one process model with the same name.

Accepted Values:
One line of text that can have spaces.
Default Value:
None