How the system determines the default update set Only one update set can be the default set for any scope. To set an update set to be the default set, you set the Default set field to true. When you set Default set = true, the following actions occur: The update set becomes the default update set for its scope. The system sets Default set = false for all other update sets with the same scope. This ensures that there is only one default update set for each scope. Global default update set The global default update set is the set where Default set = true and application scope is global. The global default update set (regardless of the Name of the set) provides system functionality and should not be changed, deleted, or moved between systems. Use this update set to make changes to an instance without adding the changes to any user-created update sets. Global default update setUse the global default update set to make changes to an instance without adding the changes to any user-created update sets. When the system auto-generates a default update setAt all times, to ensure that no updates to an instance are lost, the system ensures that there is a default set for the user’s current scope.