You can manage wizards, including exporting, importing and bulk deleting in the Wizard Manager.
To export wizards, check the “export” checkboxes next to the wizards you wish to export, then click “Export” above the export list.
This will initiate a download of the selected wizards in a single wizards.json file with the name:
A wizards.json file is a JSON array, containing wizard templates. The valid attributes of wizard templates are listed in the code here.
To import wizards click the “Select wizards.json” button, select a wizards.json file, then click the “Import” button.
Once the import is complete you’ll get a report on which of the wizards in the wizards.json file was imported. Here are some reasons why an import will not succeed:
idconflict. Wizards cannot have the same
id. The import tool assumes that you do not want to replace a saved wizard with an imported wizard, so it rejects imported wizards with conflicting ids. If you do want to override a saved wizard, first delete the saved wizard then import the new one.
Invalid format. Wizards.json file validation requires the following:
You can destroy wizards in the Wizard Admin UI, however to make it easier to manage multiple wizards, you can bulk-destroy wizards in the Wizard Manager. Check the “destroy” checkboxes next to the wizards you wish to destroy and then click “Destroy”.
Once the destruction is complete you’ll get a report on which of the wizard templates were destroyed.