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Upgrade Details form

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Upgrade Details form

From the Upgrade Details form, you can review an individual record affected by the upgrade and reconcile conflicts between the upgrade and customizations.

Figure 1. Upgrade Details form

Screenshot of Upgrade Details form
Table 1. Fields
Screen element Description
File name The record the system has flagged as needing to be reconciled.
Priority The priority the system has assigned to resolving this conflict. Values range from one to five, with one representing the highest priority.
Comment Comments to document your decisions about reconciling this record.
Resolution How you elected to resolve this conflict:
  • Not Reviewed
  • Reviewed - reviewed but no action yet taken
  • Reviewed and Merged - made changes to the record to reconcile the customized and upgraded versions
  • Reviewed and Retained - left customizations in place without update from upgrade
  • Reviewed and Reverted - customizations discarded, record updated according to upgrade
For more information, see Process the skipped records list.
Disposition Action performed on this file during the selected upgrade:
  • Inserted: The system inserted a new record.
  • Updated: The system updated this record.
  • Deleted: The system deleted this record.
  • Skipped: The system did not change this record in order to preserve customizations.
  • Reverted: This record was reverted to the base version.
  • Table not found: The system could not find the table that contains this record.
  • Unchanged: The system did not change this record because the baseline component has not changed since the last release.
  • Skipped Manual Merge: The system did not change this record because updating it requires manual intervention.
  • Skipped Apply Once: The system skipped this record because it had already applied an update from an xml file in the apply once folder.
  • Not Latest: The system applied a change, but this change was overwritten later during the same upgrade.
Type The record type, for example Script include.
Target name Name of the skipped record, if applicable.
Update set Unused.
Plugin The plugin containing this record.
Table The table containing this record.