If you are a Business Process Manager (BPM) system administrator or developer, you have probably known about the function of “Copy” assets from one track to another at Process Center and Eclipse Process Designer for a long time. We offered this function to enable our users to take advantages of multiple tracks, in other words, generating splitting workspaces for developers to work in isolation. You could always have different tracks under the same project or process application, and after separate development and testing, this function helps merge the updated assets together and save time on duplicated jobs. This article is going to briefly introduce how we create and copy assets between tracks, and will mainly cover some tips and known defects that you may want to pay attention to while using this function.
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