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feenr Member since 2010 53 posts
PEGA
Posted: 11 months ago
Last activity: 11 months 1 week ago

Pipeline is not editable as one of the previous deployments is in unresolved state

There are two utility activities that exist in Deployment Manager to fix issues like these.

To force abort a deployment:

  1. Log in as a Deployment Manager user with Dev Studio access.
  2. Open pyForceAbortDeployment activity.
  3. Run it by passing the Abort Reason, Deployment ID/Build ID (ex: PegaDeploymentManager_46_5) and its associated Pipeline Name (ex: PegaDeploymentManager)

To delete a problematic deployment:

  1. Log in as a Deployment Manager user with Dev Studio access.
  2. Open pyForceDeleteDeployment activity
  3. Run it by passing the Abort Reason, Deployment ID/Build ID (ex: PegaDeploymentManager_46_5) and its associated Pipeline Name (ex: PegaDeploymentManager)

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