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Hi,

isn't there a "Deployment Archive" anymore in Uniface10?

Regards RogerW

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      Hi RogerW,

      Yes, that is correct. At this moment there is no Deployment Utility build into the Unfiace 10 IDE. Sorry. This, however, would be a valid wish.

      An alternative could be the urm (Uniface Resource Manager) command line utility. It's not a 1:1 replacement of the Deployment Utility, but a lot could be automated by using some scripting (I guess).

      I hope this helps.

      Kind regards,
      Daniel

      1. Roger Wallin

        Hi,

        and oh no, that will be a negative surprise here at us. We have really liked it to handle our patches in larger applications, where many programmers are involved.

        Could even be that it will postpone the migration to Uniface10.
        How can we easily select some forms, services, messages with eg. urm to make a small patch.

        Regards RogerW.

      2. Daniel Iseli

        It should be possible to use a project for this to maintain the content of a patch. From there it probably is not that difficult to create a user-defined menu or worksheet plug-in for the IDE that then spawn the URM command line utility to create an archive with the objects from the "patch" project. This is not available out-of-the-box (yet), but it's also not rocket science.

        The lab is, of course, continuously working on improving the Uniface 10 IDE. And hopefully more functionality will be released over time that will make it (even) easier to create a replacement for the Uniface 9 Deployment Utility.

        Regards,
        Daniel

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