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So I have my solution that I build in dev, export and apply to UAT and PROD. It holds pretty much everything -- schema, processes, assembly etc.
But what about the configuring of the "app"? Does one have to go through each and manually make changes since none of that is in the solution?
You can include app into the solution and move it as a part of it. There is a correspond node for it inside solution.
Oops! I didn't see that. Thank you.
I do have a follow-up question.
In both DEV & UAT I've promoted the solution to model driven. Now if I include that app in the DEV solution and apply it to UAT, will it update the app in UAT or create another one next to it with the same name?
I.e. should we NOT promote any of the down-the-line orgs?
It should update your existing app.
Thanks again Andrew.
It doesn't update an existing app that was generated "locally". Just like adding a form, if it didn't originate in DEV you end up with two, the local and the DEV. So, it's nothing new. No different from what we've always been doing.
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