After fail deploy

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After fail deploy

Postby jochem4207 » Mon Jan 27, 2014 2:27 pm

Hey Redgate,

I've read that there was in the past some powershell that activated if a deployment failed. Does this still exist?

I would like to do this so I can rollback files from a file backup I make in my first step.

Greets, Jochem
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Postby toby.smyth » Tue Jan 28, 2014 10:47 am

Hi Jochem,

We don't support running powershell when a deployment fails.
There was a mistake in some of our older documentation that claimed that such a feature existed; I'm sorry if this has caused any confusion.

I found a suggestion for automatic rollback on our Uservoice forum:
http://redgate.uservoice.com/forums/176290-deployment-manager/suggestions/3156994-automatic-rollback
If this is useful for you then vote this up and the feature may be added in a future version of DM.

Best wishes,
Toby
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