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Migrating application upgrade changes to non-production environments


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After completing the upgrade on non-production environments, migrate the application upgrade changes to your non-production environments. By migrating your upgrade fixes to your non-production environment, you ensure that your application is updated with the latest features and capabilities after an upgrade.

Repeat the following procedure for each deployment pipeline:

  1. If the pipeline is not open, in the navigation pane of Deployment Manager, click Pipelines and then click the name of the pipeline.

  2. Expand the Deployment History pane, and then identify the deployment that was used as part of the production upgrade. This is usually the most recent deployment.

  3. Do one of the following actions:

    1. In Deployment Manager versions 4.8.2 - 4.8.4, click the Reports link for the deployment.

    2. In Deployment Manager version 5.1 and later, click the View Reports link for the deployment.

  4. Do one of the following tasks:

    1. In Deployment Manager 4.8.2 - 4.8.4, hover your mouse over the production artifact link, and then note the file path.

    2. In Deployment Manager 5.1 and later, click Application artifacts. Then, in the Application artifacts dialog box, in the Production artifact section, click Copy relative path to copy the file path of the production artifact.

  5. Migrate your changes to non-production environments:

    • In the standard deployment pipeline, use ad hoc tasks to deploy the archive to each non-production environment, using the file path from step 4. For more information, see one of the following topics:
    • If you are not using Deployment Manager, locate the application archive that updated the application in production and manually import it into each environment. For more information, see Importing rules and data by using the Import wizard.

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