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SBM Patch Context - How can we make a fix in Production whilst in the middle of new Development?

SBM Patch Context can often confuse SBM users, so I have put together a slide and this blog to explain. The slide may look busy but please look at it as a story and timeline, working from the top left across and then down through time.

Some fundamentals:

  • When you Publish a Process App it get assigned auto-generated versions for design elements and then one for the actual whole Process App. This numbering is consecutive and system controlled. The highest version in main line is considered to be the TIP (or HEAD).
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Ever Deployed to Production by Mistake?

Ever Deployed to Production by Mistake?

It is so easy to open Composer, make a "little" change and click Quick Deploy. But, is a Quick Deploy sometimes too quick? Have you ever waited patiently for the "Deployment Completed" message only to realize that you deployed to production instead of staging? Or, maybe you didn't realize what happened until users started to call about sudden strange behavior... Don't feel bad. It's happened to a lot of administrators. We hear from customers all the time who have deployed something to production by mistake and now need to rollback.

Here we will discuss how to prevent a quick 2 minute change from becoming a long 2 hour recovery exercise.

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David Sheaffe
So glad to hear that I am not the only Administrator to make this rookie mistake. I only had to do it once to quickly learn to di... Read More
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David Goodale
Great article!In addition to limiting logon to the repository, it is possible to prevent users that are able to logon to the repos... Read More
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