How to import or export techpacks

Shivi Bhatia
Shivi Bhatia
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1.How to export a tecpack

 

1a. As a .tpr file (Techpacker’s native format)

Who can use this feature?
account-multiple.png Only Admins

 

What is a .tpr file? 

.Tpr format files, our native Techpacker files, offer users the flexibility to export/import their tech pack data conveniently. This feature is particularly useful during account deactivation or reactivation.

 

To download a techpack in the .tpr format follow these steps:

Step 1: Inside the techpack dashboard page, select the mceclip4.png techpack or techpacks that you want to download data, and click mceclip5.png  option menu located on the top navigation bar. 

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Step 2: A window appears with a list of options. Select Export from the options available. The techpack will be downloaded to your system.

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This is a native format of Techpacker, so can only be used on Techpacker 

 

The selected techpack/ techpacks will be downloaded as a .zip file.

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1b. As a .csv file

Who can use this feature?
PLM premium

The downloaded .csv file does not include images.

You can directly download the data in a .csv format from your techpacks. Here is how it works:

 

Step 1: Inside the techpack dashboard page, select the mceclip4.png techpack or techpacks that you want to download data from, and click mceclip5.png  option menu located on the top navigation bar. 

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Step 2: A window appears with a list of options. Select Download as .csv from the options available. The data from the techpack will be downloaded to your system.

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All the cards and their information of the selected techpack/techpacks including the columns and the rows will be downloaded in the .csv format. 

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1c. As a .xlsx file

Who can use this feature?
PLM premium and PLM professional

 

You can download a techpack in the .xlsx format from Techpacker in two ways:

 

From the option icon

Step 1: Click on the Doc View on your techpack board

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Step 2: Click on the versions option right next to doc settings.

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Step 3: Select the version you would like to download in excel format. Learn how to create a version

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Step 4: Click on this  option icon mceclip4.png, followed by mceclip5.png Download as Excel option from the menu

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All the cards and their information on the techpack including the columns and the rows will be downloaded in the .xlsx format with images. 

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From the  download-excel.png download excel icon.

Click on the download-excel.png download excel icon located under versions tab. You can directly download the excel format from here.

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1d. As a PDF

To download a techpack PDF on your computer, click on this download icon download__4_.png on your Doc view page. You can also download a particular saved version of your techpack by following the steps shown below. 

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2. How to import a techpack

Follow these steps below to import your techpack/s data in our native .tpr format:

Step 1: Inside the techpack dashboard page, select the mceclip4.png techpack or techpacks that you want to download data, and click mceclip5.png  option menu located on the top navigation bar. 

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Step 2: A window appears with a list of options. Select Upload Techpacks To Folder from the options available.

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Step 3: A window pops up and click on choose a file.

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Step 4: Select a .zip file you want to upload and then click on Open.

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Step 5: Click on Import Techpacks.

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Your techpack/techpacks will be imported in the selected folder.

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