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Patch creation

Hi pros,

How to avoide data loss during patch creation and enabling?

Yeasterday we have deployed a development solution which adds several fields to Customer BO. Everything worked fine, but today client insisted on adding one more field into the system.

So I created a patch to transfer this change in productive system. It seems that every field in the solution were deleted and recreated in the patch. After enabling the patch in test system I can't see any data in fields created in the original solution any longer.

Is this a normal situation with SDK and C4C? Or is there a way to avoide such problems?

Best regards,

Nadezhda Rukavishnikova

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      One approach you could use is the old one: instead of using the "Enable" button, just upload your patch to the source system itself and replace the main solution with the uploaded patch. Then all business users can see it. Downside is you can only test your development (in patch solution) with PDI user.

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