ACC Tips & Tricks, Adobe Campaign, Marketing Automation

Export connection strings from console

Export connection strings from console

Whether you change your laptop or want to save actual configuration for your colleagues. You can easily achieve that by taking all connection strings as XML.

Open connection string XML
<connections xtkschema="xtk:connections">
  <folder label="Connections">
    <cnx id="1" ims="false" label="Label" url="http://localhost">
      <comment>comment</comment>
    </cnx>
  </folder>
</connections

ims – connection over adobe id SSO

Also similar approach is to directly change the connection string file nlclient_cnx.xml that is located under your local AppData folder. To quickly navigate there just type in your file explorer %appdata%

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