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CMS-XML RLC: ChangeMan ZMF Example for Environment-Specific Field Overrides: Promotion Environment
Using configuration overrides in Release Control, you can override values of fields per environment . The primary use of this is to control the environment names available for selection for matching Release Control environments in deployment tasks. This KB article gives an example of overriding ChangeMan ZMF promotion environment, known as promotion name in ZMF.
CMS-XML RLC: Deployment Automation Plugin Example for Environment-Specific Field Overrides: RA_ENVIRONMENT
Using configuration overrides in Release Control, you can override values of fields per environment . The primary use of this is to control the environment names available for selection for matching Release Control environments in deployment tasks. This KB article gives an example of overriding the Deployment Automation environment field.
CMS-XML RLC: How to filter the list of available Tasks based on the Environment (About Task Action Rule)
There are some tasks that apply to specific environments and should never be used with that environment .
CMS-XML RLC: How to filter the list of Environments given when adding Deployment Tasks (About Environment Level Configuration Overrides)
Out of the box, Release Control uses logical environments , not physical environments . Then, when you create a task, you map Release Control's logical environment to a real physical environment. This can cause problems if a user mistakenly maps the wrong physical environment to the wrong logical environment.
CMS-XML RLC: If you want to use configuration overrides of ZMF environment names that include a $, you need this workaround
If $ is used in a name of a ChangeMan ZMF Environment in configuration overrides, it causes problems with the release package UI and functionality. For example, the application filter does not show the application name.
CMS-XML RLC: Some environments show all Release Packages on Deployment Units tab, should only show Release Packages which use this environment
When there are optional environments , which are skipped, the Deployment Unit still shows on the Deployment Unit tab for the skipped environment . This tab should only show Deployment Units which were deployed to the environment.
CMS-XML RLC: Message “The Deployment Approval is disabled for this environment” is shown even if Approval is enabled
When an environment is set to "Deployment Approval Required" = Yes and you switch to the Approval Rules tab a message is displayed:
CMS-XML RLC: "Accept" and "Complete Testing" transition forms shows an old environment name instead of the current environment name (wrong environment name)
When the user clicks on "Accept" or "Complete Testing", the top of the form allows you to pick the next environment . (This is most helpful when using Environment Groups, but still displays for individual environments too.) You may notice that the next environment is giving on old name.
CMS-XML RLC 6.0: How to see which deployment units have been deployed to an environment, and which Engineers deployed those deployment units (SBM Advanced XML Report)
In Release Control, when looking at a specific environment , you can see the planned changes on the calendar, the approved requests, and the pending requests. However, you cannot see which deployment units have already been deployed to this environment or why which engineer. This feature is expected to be in RLC 6.0.1, but this document can be used for with RLC 6.0.
CMS-XML RLC: Environment name at the top of a Release Package is displayed as "(None)" (10000 scheduled items)
After deploying a Release Package and moving to the second environment (such as the QA environment ), the environment name at the top is displayed as "(None)".
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