Deployments Table


Only global administrators, promotion administrators and promotion users can access the Deployments table. Promotion users can only see their own deployments. More information is available in the Authorization section.

To open the Deployments table, click the Promotions menu and then Deployments.

Open the deployments table

Open the Deployments table

A new tab will open, where you can check all the information about deployments and perform any available operation with each one of them, according to its current state.

Example of Deployments table

Example of Deployments table

The Solution Manager displays the following information about a deployment:

  • Its description.

  • The user that executed the deployment.

  • Its creation time.

  • The target environment where the deployment was executed.

  • Its status, which can take one of the following values:

    • deployment_pending Pending.

    • deployment_in_progress In progress.

    • deployment_cancelled Canceled.

    • deployment_ok OK.

    • deployment_ok_warning OK with warnings. The deployment finished correctly but some operation could not be completed; for instance, backup generation.

    • deployment_error Error.

  • An error message if some error happened.

The following sections explain in detail the operations that you can execute on deployments from this table.

Cancel Deployments

To cancel one or several deployments, select them and click the cancel-text-btn button.


Note that you can only cancel deployments whose status is pending or in progress.

Remove Deployments

You can remove deployments by selecting one or several deployments on the table and click the remove-text-btn button.


Take into account that only promotion administrator and global administrator users as well as users with DEPLOY_ADMIN permissions on an environment can remove other users’ deployments.

Filter Deployments in the Table

To apply a filter to the results in the table, click the filter-btn button and fulfill the form in the dialog below.

Filter deployments dialog

Filter deployments dialog

A new tag like filter-tag will appear above the table to represent what it is filtering. You can edit the filter clicking its name or remove it clicking its remove-filter button.

You can create more than one filter. The table will show only those deployments that verify all the filters defined.

Check the Progress Summary of a Deployment

To access the progress summary of a specific deployment, click the icon under the Status column.

See the Errors of a Deployment

Under the column Error Message you can check the errors for an unsuccessful deployment. If the deployment finished with a single error, the column will contain the error message. If the message is too long, you can see the whole text in the tooltip for that column.

Unsuccessful deployment with a single error

Unsuccessful deployment with a single error

If the deployment finished with more than one error, this column will show a search-btn button. Click it to see all the information about the errors.

See the Revisions of a Deployment

To see the revisions of a deployment, click the revisions-btn button. You can click on one of the revisions that appear in the emerging menu and a new tab will open with all the information about that revision in read-only mode.

Revisions of a deployment

Revisions of a deployment

Download Backup Data for a Deployment

If the option Save VCS backup when the deployment finishes is enabled for the target environment, a backup is generated and stored at the end of the deployment, even when a problem occurred. You can download this backup, which consists of a VQL for Virtual DataPort and a zip with jobs for Scheduler. Click the download-btn button and select the corresponding option in the emerging menu.

Download the backup data for a deployment

Download the backup data for a deployment