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About Personal Area
The Personal Area is an area, stored in the Platform Server, with reserved rights in the contents update. The Platform Server you are connected to must be in Development Running Mode so personal areas can be used by developers.
Update the Personal Area
The Personal Area is updated through the Run or 1-Click Publish operations and only the owner can update it.
When the Personal Area is updated, you must be aware that changes to some eSpace elements will be available in both Public Area and in all personal areas. How?
Accessing the Personal Area
You can access your Personal Area or the Personal Area of any developer. No special rights are required to give you access to any specific Personal Area. See how to Execute the eSpace in a Personal Area.
eSpace Public Elements
The Public Elements of your eSpace are available in the Public Area. Therefore, any changes on these elements, made while updating your Personal Area, will not affect the Consumer eSpaces that reference them.
Personal Area Limitations
Based on the Platform architecture, there are some limitations in the use of Personal Areas:
The Platform Server must be in Development Running Mode.
If the eSpace version you want to run in your Personal Area changes the database schema, compared to the eSpace Published version, then Service Studio prompts you with this situation and you are not able to continue the Run operation. In fact, changing the database schema requires publishing the eSpace, through 1-Click Publish, since the Agile Platform Database is shared between the Public Area and personal areas. Learn more about sharing the Agile Platform Database.
The eSpace must be single-tenant.
The inbound SMSs are always received in the Public Area. Also the delivery reports of Outbound SMSs are delivered to the Public Area.
Timers cannot be run in your Personal Area. They only work in the Public Area.
You must execute the 1-Click Publish operation at least once. Only after publishing the eSpace for the first time, will you be able to run it in your Personal Area.
Overview of eSpace life cycle | About Public Area | Run the Personal Area