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Allow to export a list of resources (e.g. by dragging them out of the eSpace onto a Windows folder)

Service Studio
Implemented
on 31 Oct 2018
Development Environment 11.0.116.0

Currently there is no way to extract the full list of resources (with their directory structure) onto a Windows folder. This could be done through selection and right-click or by dragging the whole lot out of the eSpace.


This is extremely useful when you have Javascript library-based components structured in multiple files (e.g. CKEditor http://ckeditor.com/). With the current Service Studio, maintaining the resource structure requires a lot of effort (file-by-file!)

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Created on 1 Apr 2011
Comments (11)
Good idea.

Recently i have the need to do something like this and it was a pain!

In older versions there was the OmlResources.exe file that can be used for this purpose (among other things).
Hi Eduardo!

Good to hear from you!

I think this can still be done through a batch file with Service Studio command line. Take a look at post http://www.outsystems.com/NetworkForums/ViewTopic.aspx?TopicId=3109&Topic=Best-practice-for-external-Javascript-framework

Still, it would be desirable that Service Studio allowed this drag-and-drop feature...

Cheers!
Pedro
Merged this idea with 'Export resources' (created on 22 Aug 2018 15:06:23 by César Santos)

It is possible to export (Save Resource As...) one resource to a folder:

But should be possible to export more than one resource at a time, or even export them all:



This comment was:
- originally posted on idea 'Export resources' (created on 22 Aug 2018 by César Santos)
- merged to idea 'Allow to export a list of resources (e.g. by dragging them out of the eSpace onto a Windows folder)' on 02 Nov 2018 15:57:47 by Vasco Pessanha

Changed the category to Backend




This comment was:
- originally posted on idea 'Export resources' (created on 22 Aug 2018 by César Santos)
- merged to idea 'Allow to export a list of resources (e.g. by dragging them out of the eSpace onto a Windows folder)' on 02 Nov 2018 15:57:47 by Vasco Pessanha

Images and Resources \o/



This comment was:
- originally posted on idea 'Export resources' (created on 22 Aug 2018 by César Santos)
- merged to idea 'Allow to export a list of resources (e.g. by dragging them out of the eSpace onto a Windows folder)' on 02 Nov 2018 15:57:47 by Vasco Pessanha

Changed the category to Service Studio and the status to

Working on it
expected delivery in Q4 2018


The train doesn't stop with the release of OutSystems 11.

We are currently working on this, expect news soon ;)



This comment was:
- originally posted on idea 'Export resources' (created on 22 Aug 2018 by César Santos)
- merged to idea 'Allow to export a list of resources (e.g. by dragging them out of the eSpace onto a Windows folder)' on 02 Nov 2018 15:57:47 by Vasco Pessanha

Great news. Thanks :)



This comment was:
- originally posted on idea 'Export resources' (created on 22 Aug 2018 by César Santos)
- merged to idea 'Allow to export a list of resources (e.g. by dragging them out of the eSpace onto a Windows folder)' on 02 Nov 2018 15:57:47 by Vasco Pessanha
Changed the status to
Implemented
on 31 Oct 2018


Hey Cesar,

I'm glad to announce that this idea was implemented in the latest OutSystems 11 Service Studio version.

You can find your contribution in this version's release notes:

https://success.outsystems.com/Support/Release_Notes/11/Development_Environment/Development_Environment_Release_4



This comment was:
- originally posted on idea 'Export resources' (created on 22 Aug 2018 by César Santos)
- merged to idea 'Allow to export a list of resources (e.g. by dragging them out of the eSpace onto a Windows folder)' on 02 Nov 2018 15:57:47 by Vasco Pessanha

Hey Pedro,

Only noticed your (older) idea about this topic. Just to let you know that this was implemented in the latest version and you can find your contribution in our release notes.

Hope you like it! 

Changed the status to
Implemented
on 31 Oct 2018


 

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