Refactor
Stable Version 2.0.0
Published on 21 Sep by 
Created on 16 January 2014
Details
Refactor your components, moving elements (entities, roles, site properties) from one eSpace to another without loosing run time data or configurations.

Also support the convertion of foreign entities into eSpace entities
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Check the demo link to see included instructions


Notice: This component takes advantage of private and undocumented Platform APIs, which can change without notice. As a result, this component may unexpectedly break as the Platform is upgraded. We advise proper testing to ensure that your applications continue to work as expected when upgrading/patching the Platform.

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Dependencies
Refactor has no dependencies.
Requirements
Platform
10.0.0.402
Database
All
Stack
All
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