I'm not sure whether I correctly understand what you mean. Do you want to take a configuration from one ServiceMix instance and deploy another instance using the same configuration?
On 19.03.2017 02:00, jesuisalrick wrote:
> Is there a guide that would provide information on how to deploy an instance
> of ServiceMix 7 with the required configurations?
> If not, what are some of the things I need to take into consideration? Is
> there some sort of command that would dump the current configuration and I
> can install it on the target instance?
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