If you have team projects that you created with older versions of Axure RP, you can upgrade them to work with Axure RP 9 by following the steps below.
You must have a license for Axure RP Team edition in order to work with team projects.
Upgrading Team Projects from Previous Versions
Ask all collaborators to check in their changes to the project by going to Team → Check In Everything in the previous version of Axure RP. Check in your changes as well.
Still in the previous version of Axure RP, go to Team → Get All Changes from Team Directory.
Export a standalone
.rpfile from the team project by going to File → Export Team Project to File.
If you're upgrading from a version of Axure RP prior to RP 8, open and save the exported
.rpfile in each intermediary version until you get to RP 9. For example, if you're upgrading from RP 7, open and save the
.rpfile in RP 8 and then in RP 9.
You can download previous versions of Axure RP at www.axure.com/previous.
.rpfile in Axure RP 9 and go to Team → Create Team Project from Current File.
Follow the steps on the Creating and Sharing Team Projects page to create a new team project from the exported
To avoid having to re-invite your collaborators, publish your new team project to the same Axure Cloud workspace the old team project is located in.
Ask all collaborators to download local copies of the new team project by going to Team → Get and Open Team Project in RP 9.
Axure RP 9 does not support SVN hosting for team projects. As such, you'll need to move any existing SVN team projects to Axure Cloud via the steps above.
If your team is unable to publish to Axure Cloud, reach out to us at email@example.com for alternative solutions.
Viewing the Old Team Project's History
You can view the old team project's history on Axure Cloud:
Select the workspace the team project is located in and then click on the project's name.
At the top of the the project overview page, switch to the History tab.
For more information on team project revision history, head over to the Team Project History page.