This topic describes how to deploy a single application module, instead of all modules that make up an application. This provides you more flexibility for managing the module versions that are deployed, and decreases the deployment time.
In this example the development team is creating the jQuery Plugins application. This application has several modules, each encapsulating a different jQuery plugin.
Since the team wants to start using a new date picker in several applications, they’ll deploy the module that has this new functionality, instead of the whole jQuery Plugins application.
In the 'Application' tab, click the 'Deploy...' green button between 'Development' and 'Quality Assurance'.
In the jQuery Plugins application, click the 'Do Nothing' dropdown menu, and select 'Deploy Custom...'.
A pop-up opens, displaying all modules of the jQuery Plugins app. Notice the modules with a '+'(plus) sign, signaling that they have been changed.
Check the DateTimePicker module to deploy its latest version to Quality Assurance. Confirm the choice by pressing 'Done'.
In the deployment screen, click the 'Validate Now' button. This validates if the DateTimePicker module can successfully run on Quality Assurance without impact for the applications already using it.
All is OK and both the jQuery Plugins application and the 'Continue' button are green. Click on the 'Continue' button to review the deployment plan, and add some notes.
Click on 'Deploy Now' to start deploying the jQuery Plugins application, with just the DateTimePicker module to Quality Assurance.
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