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Committing hotfixes

Commit all uncommitted hotfixes to make the hotfixes a permanent part of the system.

You cannot roll back committed hotfixes.

  • Committing hotfixes from the user interface

    Commit all uncommitted hotfixes to make the hotfixes a permanent part of the system.

  • Committing hotfixes by submitting a request to an active instance

    Commit all uncommitted hotfixes to make the hotfixes a permanent part of the system. if you have an active instance of Pega Platform, you can do this by submitting a request to an active instance via a web service.

  • Committing hotfixes by using a direct connection to the database

    Commit all uncommitted hotfixes to make the hotfixes a permanent part of the system by using a direct connection to the database. This is most commonly done for a stopped instance.

  • Applying hotfixes

    Hotfixes are software updates that Pega creates to fine-tune the behavior of a release of Pega Platform.

  • Installing hotfixes from the user interface

    After you have obtained the hotfix and prepared to install it, you can install the hotfix package from the user interface to update your system with the new functionality.

  • Rolling back hotfixes

    If an uncommitted hotfix introduces unwanted changes to your system, you can remove it by rolling it back. You cannot roll back committed hotfixes. If you have more than one uncommitted hotfix, roll them all back and reinstall the hotfixes you want to keep.

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