Making a sandbox your default scenario
If you have been working to create your routes in a sandbox and now want to move them to your default scenario, you will want to first make a BACKUP of your default scenario in case you want to use it again. To do this, go to the year/semester in the upper right.
Click on the edit/add new
Choose the correct year/semester in the list.
We are basically going to add a new Sandbox and copy the stops and routes from the default scenario. Click on Add Sandbox. Name it something like BACKUP DEFAULT on xx/xx/xxxx
Be sure to copy BOTH STOPS AND ROUTES. Click on Create.
Click on the year/semester indicator again. Click edit/add new.
Click Reset Default
Select the sandbox that you want as the new default. Click Apply.
We are ok with this warning because we have a backup. Right?? ? Click on Yes.
Click on the year/semester and go to your Default. This is your new live scenario!
NOTE: ROUTES CANNOT BE AUTO GENERATED IN THE LIVE SCENARIO. Be sure that you have completed in auto generation activities before moving your scenario to the default.
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