The PDF contains the step you need to proceed to create the necessary data structure. There is no ready-made import file.
Thank you for your response.
But why does it called "Content Pack"? Usually, content pack means some ready solutions and files.
I can understand where you are coming from.
The name of these Packs hade been chosen and is published by Product Management.
Further, we could argue that the "pack" also contains the images and that the description of the "pack" only says something about to contain Instructions.
In the end, I agree that I too would misunderstand the word "pack" in this context. Taken into to account that other content packs released by PM contain Design Transfer documents for easy import into the customer system.
This convenience is just not given in this case.
Some content packs involve the creation of new Domains (Modules) in Service Desk to contain the new objects and processes.
Depending on the version of product the content pack was created for will determine whether it contains transfer files or instruction documents.
It was only possible to create Design transfer files for New Domains in recent versions. Prior to this, new domains could only be created manually.