Discussion2Replies2833Views×Close popoverVikash Sarawgi (VikashS9) Cisco Systems Inc SSA Cisco Systems Inc US View ProfileSend Message VikashS9 Member since 2015 4 posts Cisco Systems Inc Posted: March 3, 2015Last activity: September 30, 2015Posted: 3 Mar 2015 18:23 ESTLast activity: 30 Sep 2015 9:38 EDT Closed How to Rollback an installed ProductIs there a way to un install / rollback the already installed Product rule. I have moved few rulesets with a product rule to the testing environment. I want to roll back the product installation.Is there any way in Pega ?×Close popoverFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmail Copy Link Copied! Moderation Team has archived post This thread is closed to future replies. Content and links will no longer be updated. If you have the same/similar Discussion, please write a new Discussion. Posted: 5 years agoPosted: 6 Mar 2015 12:21 EST×Close popoverLAKSHMIKANTHAREDDY GANGIREDDY (LakshmikanthaReddy) StaidLogic LAKSHMIKANTHAREDDY GANGIREDDY StaidLogic US View ProfileSend MessageLakshmikanthaReddy StaidLogic replied to VikashS9You can delete the rule set versions which is roll back Posted: 5 years agoPosted: 30 Sep 2015 9:38 EDT×Close popoverArnab Majumdar (Arnab2202) Capgemini Capgemini IN View ProfileSend MessageArnab2202 Capgemini replied to VikashS9 1. If there are handful of rules/code changes that need to be roll backed can be done using PRPC delete rule option. This may take few mins but its easier and safer. OR 2. Point your access group, requestor specific ruleset references to correct rulesets. OR 3. Delete rules and rulesets from database using SQLs. It involves good amount of risk element in doing this so. Alternative Approach: 1. Another approach is, roll back your database with help of DBA to restore to a state tbat was there before release started. However, this approach makes sense only if release is fairly large one.