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Moving applications between systems

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You can migrate rules and data between instances of Pega Platform by using interactive tools in Dev Studio or by using command-line tools. You can develop rules on one system and deploy them on other systems. As a best practice, use Deployment Manager to promote applications.

Check this list of available tools and supported operations to choose the appropriate tool for your purpose.

Task Tool Interactive Command line Export Import Migrate
As a best practice, use Deployment Manager to promote an application from one system to another. See Getting started with Deployment Manager
Create a product rule that can be used for exporting or migrating an application. Application Packaging wizard X
Migrate a product or an application from a source system to one or more target systems or export to a file system. Product Migration wizard X X X
Export an application, a ruleset, a product, or a patch to a file system or repository. Export gadget X X
Create or modify a product rule and optionally download an export file to your local file system. Product rule form X X
Create a product rule that can be used for exporting or migrating work items. Package Work wizard X
Remove resolved work items from your system and optionally save them in an archive file. Purge/Archive wizards X X
Import rules and data from a file system or repository to your system. Import wizard X X
Migrate a product or an application from a source system to a target system or export to a file system. Product Migration command-line tool X X X
Use scripting to export rules and data to a file system or repository, or import from a file system or repository by using a web service to connect to an active instance. prpcServiceUtils command-line tool X X X
Use scripting to export rules and data to a file system, or import from a file system by using a direct connection to the database. prpcUtils command-line tool X X X
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