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Can I redeploy or retransmit the same package twice?

Can I redeploy or retransmit the same package twice?

Yes, you can. You can re-transmit a package after you have deployed it on the target site and want to re-deploy the same package on a different target site.

In CatalogDeployer:

  1. Use the View menu to select packages with the status of: Transmitted.
  2. Navigate to package you wish to re-transmit.  In the central workspace, click the Transmit button.
  3. Select the package destination from the available sites. 

    Note: You must choose a site other than where you've already sent the package.  If the package exists on a target site in the list, you will see an error message stating that the package already exists.
  4. Click Transmit Now.
  5. Click OK to confirm that the transmission was successful. The deployment job moves to the status of "Transmitted."

You can also re-deploy a package on your target site that has already been deployed on that same site. Redeployment is useful in situations where a deployment has previously failed and you have resolved the target site issue (for example, by adding a dependent entity, such as a queue), and are ready to re-run the deployment.

In CatalogDeployer:

  1. Use the View menu to select jobs with the status of: Deployed.  
  2. Navigate to package you wish to re-deploy.  In the central workspace, click the Deploy button.  
  3. Click OK to confirm that you wish to re-deploy.  
  4. Click OK again to confirm that the deployment was successful.

The package remains in the status of "Deployed" and can be deployed again, if applicable.

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