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Importing a Studio graph into Workbench

You can create a new design in Workbench by importing the schemas of an existing graph in Apollo Studio.

After you authenticate Workbench with Studio, the navigation panel displays all of the Studio you have access to. Right-click the graph you want to start from and select Create Workbench File From Graph:

Creating a Workbench file from a Studio graph

If the graph you select has multiple , Workbench prompts you to specify one.

Workbench creates a read replica of the Studio graph for you to edit locally. The replica includes the url for each , which you can use while testing parts of your design locally.

Subgraph settings in Workbench

Importing operations

In addition to importing an entire Studio graph, you can import individual operations that have been executed against a graph.

After you select a Studio graph in the Workbench navigation panel, the Apollo Studio Graph Operations section displays that have been executed against that graph in the last 30 days (you can configure this time frame):

Studio operations in Workbench

You can click an to preview it, or click the + button to add that operation to your local design.

Configuring the operation time frame

By default, Workbench displays operations that were executed against your graph in the last 30 days. You can configure this time frame with the apollo-workbench.daysOfOperationsToFetch extension setting:

"apollo-workbench.daysOfOperationsToFetch": 60

Now that you've imported a Studio graph:

  • Learn how to run it locally.
  • Learn how to export it.
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