It's not currently possible to export a Page to another server, but we'll be
implementing this feature in the future. You can follow progress on this issue
In the meantime, you can copy the text of a Page fairly easily by cutting and
pasting text from one Page editor to another editor. All the formatting should
stay intact; however, you'll have to redo the embedded items manually.
Moving Pages via a database won't work well because embedded items are based on
ID, and IDs for embedded items will change when they are imported into another
On Sep 9, 2011, at 6:25 AM, Kempenaar, M (med) wrote:
> I was wondering if it is possible to export a Galaxy Page to another Galaxy
> server. Currently I'm using a development server and a production server and
> I have a Galaxy Page containing a manual with example data etc. that I'd like
> to make available on the production server.
> Also, since I sometimes distribute a virtual machine running galaxy to users
> (with instructions / scripts to keep software etc. up-to-date) and like to be
> able to share a page with them on their own server.
> I expect a Page to be in the database instead of a simple file on disk, so
> probably it requires database work.
> Thanks for any help!
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