Deploy custom

  

Hi,

What is the difference between deploy between deploy directly to next version and deploy custom ?


Thanks.

Hi tBt,

With Deploy "CUSTOM" you can chose which modules and which versions you want to deploy.

Cheers,
Eduardo Jauch

Hi Ed,

How to choose the modules ?


What I imagine in deploy custom is like this,

Let's say I have a team that work on danamonfsc project.

My team, Horas, working on module A, I am working on module B.

When deploying to UAT, I only want to deploy mine (module B). 

Is it possible ?

Solution

Sure :)

See here.

Cheers,

Eduardo Jauch

Solution

Ahhh, ic. I meant by modules is the action inside the modules.

It seems the way we (my team) in maintaining the modules on the project is not that proper because we only have 1 modules that contain all the logics.

But I am confused also about how to split the modules in 1 project.

Lets say I have a financial supply chain project. Then there is module payment and module order product. 

If I make it into different modules, how can I connect the screen later ?

In this case, In screen Order Product, after the user finish order, it redirect to screen Payment.



Hi,

You can make entities, screen, web blocks, server blocks, and almost everything else, public.

Than, inside a module, using the dependencies management, you can make a reference to any public objects in another module, and use it.

Avoid circular references (module A uses module B that use module A).

You should take a look on the topics related to architecture in OutSystems :)

Cheers,

Eduardo Jauch


Eduardo Jauch wrote:

Hi,

You can make entities, screen, web blocks, server blocks, and almost everything else, public.

Than, inside a module, using the dependencies management, you can make a reference to any public objects in another module, and use it.

Avoid circular references (module A uses module B that use module A).

You should take a look on the topics related to architecture in OutSystems :)

Cheers,

Eduardo Jauch


Ic, noted for next project :)