Deploying services does not affect service requests already in-flight EXCEPT...

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Nov 17th, 2011

How does a deployment effect the in-flight delivery plans...

Please note this might be contrary to what you think about service delivery plans... Deploying services does not affect service requests already in-flight EXCEPT

  • Contents of rules, ISF functions, and JavaScript libraries are always retrieved from the current service definition
  • The delivery plan for services that have not completed all their authorizations will be based on the delivery plan in the current service definition
I have this problem too.
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Ant Erickson Thu, 11/17/2011 - 17:51

Hi Tonya,

We've found that to be the case now but when we were on 2008.1 (an early service pack I believe) and earlier, we were often afflicted with changes to dictionary visibility on forms after we deployed a service definition.  It occurred so frequently that we were in the practice of having to suffix the older service definitions with an underscore to minimise services get locked up as mandatory fields in the delivery moment were disappearing.

Thanks,

Ant

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