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Managing a deployment that has errors

Updated on December 13, 2021

If a deployment has errors, the pipeline stops processing on it. You can perform actions such as rolling back the deployment or skipping the step on which the error occurred.

Do the following steps:
  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. Click the More icon, and then do one of the following actions:
    • To resume running the pipeline from the task, click Retry.
    • To roll back to an earlier deployment, click Rollback.
      • Pega Platform 8.4 supports application-level rollback. To leverage this functionality, candidate and orchestrator environments must be on Deployment Manager 4.8 or above. For older versions of Deployment Manager (4.7.x and below) or users on Pega Platform 8.3 or below, rollback defaults to the system-level.

        For more information on rollback, see Rolling back a deployment.

    • To stop running the deployment, click Abort.
    • To skip the failed task and resume deployment from next available task, click Skip. You must have the Skip on Failure privilege associated with your role to use this feature.

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