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Undeploying a version of your application

By default, only two versions of an application can be deployed on a system. If two versions already exist, the developer must undeploy a version of a code-based application from the QA and production environments. 

Points to consider before undeployment

  • If you undeploy the latest version of an application, the entire application is undeployed. You cannot restore the data and changes made during tailoring after the entire application is undeployed. 

    Best practice

    We recommend that you undeploy the oldest version of an application. The version that is not used by any tenant can be termed as the oldest version of an application.

  • If you do not specify a version to undeploy, by default, the entire application is undeployed.

To undeploy a version of your application from the development environment

To undeploy a version, navigate to the application's parent directory and run the following command:

mvn com.bmc.arsys:rx-sdk-maven-plugin:undeploy -N -DbundleVersion=<version number>

For example:

mvn com.bmc.arsys:rx-sdk-maven-plugin:undeploy -N -DbundleVersion=1.1.0

Related topics

Releasing a version of your bundle

Consuming a new version of an application

Getting your Digital Service application ready for use

Deploying the custom code-based applications to development environments

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