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Understanding aged updates

Updated on February 4, 2021

An aged update is a rule or data instance in an application package that is older than an instance that is on a system to which you want to deploy the application package. By being able to import aged updates, skip the import, or manually deploy your application changes, you now have more flexibility in determining the rules that you want in your application and how you want to deploy them.

For example, you can update a dynamic system setting on a quality assurance system, which has an application package that contains the older instance of the dynamic system setting. Before Deployment Manager deploys the package, the system detects that the version of the dynamic system setting on the system is newer than the version in the package and creates a manual step in the pipeline.

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