Hello,

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 
here: 
https://bitbucket.org/galaxy/galaxy-central/issue/657/export-and-import-pages

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 
instance (server).

J.

On Sep 9, 2011, at 6:25 AM, Kempenaar, M (med) wrote:

> Hi,
> 
> 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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