Steps to e
nable the migration possibility
1. Ensure you have closed Bizagi Studio.
2. Edit the appSettings.xml file located at the default Bizagi Studio installation path.
By default this path is set as a hidden folder of the OS, and usually at: C:\ProgramData\BizAgi\BizagiStudio\.
3. Make sure you set the following two keys enabled:
<add key="ShowFormsMigrationTool" value="true" />
<add key="EnableQueryFormsForMigration" value="true" />
Running the Forms Migration
1. Locate the Tools tab in the Ribbon, and click on the Forms Migration Tool.
You will be prompted with a Warning message, click OK.
2. There are three options available: Process, Entity and Query Forms.
To migrate Management Forms go to the Entity tab and choose the ones you want to migrate. Then click the Analyze button.
Bizagi will start to run the forms migration analysis and indicate the progress status:
3. When finished, export the analysis results and detail log into an Excel file. For this, use the Export results option (requires Excel).
Resolve any errors shown by the analysis results (marked with a red X icon).
It will not be possible complete migration of your forms if there is at least one error.
The Detail Log, Issue message and Solution, will allow you to estimate the required effort in your forms migration (should there be any additional configuration or redesign involved in your current controls).
If a form is already in the production environment, it will not be migrated. You need to go to the form, create a new version and then migrate it.
NOTE: Warnings are shown with a yellow triangle icon. A warning indicates that you will need to pay special attention to a given form, in which Bizagi has performed automatic adjustments. It is recommended that you ensure and explicitly review that the form behaves as expected (this includes testing its actions and validations).
Once you have resolved your errors and warnings, run the analysis of the forms migration again.
When the analysis shows no errors, you may proceed to apply the migration to your forms.
To do this, click on the Apply button in the Apply changes option:
Now your forms have been migrated and you may close the Forms Migration Tool window.
Testing the process
Keep in mind that it is important to carry out the proper tests in order to verify that these processes and their forms behave as expected.
Carry out strict unit tests and user-acceptance tests, and ensure that the migrated Processes follow the recommended Deployment cycle.