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Is there any plans to provide the facility of copy a service in order to duplicate it? With more details and configuration going into services, it would be really useful to have the ability to duplicate a current service and the modify it, either to make a new service or as a revision to the current service.

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Martyn

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Thanks Martyn, Tina for your feedback, We are always open to suggestions.

There are no imminent plans to introduce Service cloning, however could I ask if there are any specific aspects of the Services Configuration which is most time consuming or if it is it simply the ability as you say Martyn to take a carbon copy and then modify it?

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Steven

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Steve

For out point of view it is the ability to copy it as a whole including subscriptions etc, as a new service set as pipeline, so it is not visible to the customers. Make your revisions and then mark as catalog at the same time as marking the source as retired.

It would also be useful when you are first implementing the system and creating your initial services.

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Martyn

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Thanks for the additional information Martyn

We can look into the this and will feedback on the viability of cloning or other options we might look to introduce in this area.

I'll update once we have some more information on this.

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Steve

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+1 from us too please.  We could use this.  We have all our 'services' that we offer to our customers patternized, so at some point we would like to automate the build of the services directly from our patterns making it as much as 'single button press to deploy' as possible.

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