New workspace and import existing project

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New workspace and import existing project

Hi,
at the beginning, i have one workspace (development) which contains several projects.
I would like to create a new workspace for integration.
So i create a new Connexion, in local, which targets on a new directory.
I restart to update as recommanded.
Then i choose the correct connection (Integration) and i import an existing project, from Development workspace.
I choose a new name.
At the end, i check that the new project is created in the Integration workspace directory. I 'am surprised because there is no project in the new workspace (integration).
The new project has been created in the Development workspace.
Why ?
Community Manager

Re: New workspace and import existing project

Hello
At the end, i check that the new project is created in the Integration workspace directory. I 'am surprised because there is no project in the new workspace (integration).

Please follows the steps to import existing project into a new workspace:
1. Choose 'import an existing project'.
2. Click on 'Import several projects' button.
3. Check the box' Select root directory' and browse the root directory of workspace (development).
4. Select the projects which you want to import.
5. Click on the 'Finish' button.
Best regards
Shong
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