i need to know from where we can get the processes and custom operators created in PAM.
actually a installation is corrupted and cannot be repair.
This information is stored in the database.
If you cannot run a reinstall of this Process Automation server and resolve the issue, then I would suggest installing a new Process Automation. Once that is up and running, you can take a backup of the original database and import that to the new database. There are a couple other steps that you need to take in order to be able to access this new temporary setup outlined here in this KB Article:
How do I configure a new PAM Orchestrator instance - CA Knowledge
This should allow you to export your library.
thanks Jennifer, i already applied this solution and it works like a charm.
Fantastic! Glad you were able to get your processes!!
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