The package import list above anything contains the automatic imports linked to updates performed by Adobe.
The Execution logs tab stores all of the import steps. A side panel displays the general information.
These elements are accessible in read-only mode.
It is also possible to manually import a package originating from an export executed earlier from an Adobe Campaign instance. For more on this, refer to the Package exports section.
The manual package import consists of two steps: first, you have to upload a file, then you can import its content.
Click the Create button in the package import list.
The element is created immediately. To cancel creating it, go back to the list and check the corresponding box to delete it.
A screen will appear where you can specify a name and ID.
Select the file you wish to upload by dragging and dropping it, or by clicking the Select from folder link.
To replace the uploaded document, start by deleting the file via the X icon to the right of its name, then repeat the operation.
Once the file is uploaded, its content can be imported into the database by using the Start import button.
When the operation has finished, several sections appear:
Import status: this section shows whether the operation has been carried out correctly.
You can consult the different steps of the import via the Execution logs tab. This is particularly important to view errors.
Once a package has been imported, you cannot re-import it from the same element. You can only modify its label and ID.
To re-import the same package, you have to go back to the package import list, create an element, and then upload the selected file again.