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Creating branch rulesets

Updated on January 14, 2022

Provide your development team with an ability to work on multiple features in parallel by creating branch rulesets. When you save rulesest in different branches, team members can work on isolated rulesets without impacting development of other features. As a result, you avoid overwriting results and generating errors.

Before you begin: Enable branch development. For more information, see Branches and branch rulesets.
  1. In the header of Dev Studio, click CreateSysAdminRuleSet.
  2. Create a new ruleset or a ruleset version:
    • To create a new ruleset, in the RuleSet Name field, enter a unique name for your ruleset.
    • To create a new ruleset version, in the RuleSet Name field, press the Down arrow key, and then select the ruleset for which you want to create a new version.
    Result: The system autopopulates the version and description of your ruleset.
  3. Select the Branch RuleSet check box.
  4. In the Branch ID list, select a branch to store your ruleset.
  5. In the Ruleset to branch list, select a ruleset that you want to branch.
  6. Click Create and open.
Result: The system creates a new ruleset version and saves it in the branch.
What to do next: Configure version settings for the ruleset. For more information, see Configuring ruleset version settings.

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