Question3Replies84Views×Close popoverVenkata Doppalapudi (Venkat_Anthem) Anthem INC Anthem INC US View ProfileSend Message Venkat_Anthem Member since 2017 2 posts Anthem INC Posted: April 10, 2020Last activity: December 16, 2020Posted: 10 Apr 2020 14:03 EDTLast activity: 16 Dec 2020 18:51 EST Solved Dependent Applications migration from 7.1.8 to 7.4Hi,We are going to develop a new application in PEGA cloud which is going to be in version 7.4.The new application should be developed on top of a dependent application. The dependent application is running on-premise in PEGA 7.1.8 version.Can we just import the dependent application package which contains 7.1.8 rules to Cloud instance(7.4 version) before creating the new application?Do we need to run any upgrade scripts again after importing the dependent application rule sets into 7.4 cloud instance ?please share your experience. Pega Platform 7.4 System Administration Upgrades Healthcare and Life Sciences Senior System Architect ×Close popoverFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmail Copy Link Copied! Posted: 10 months agoPosted: 10 Apr 2020 23:00 EDT×Close popoverPrakhar Agarwal (Prakhar_GCS) PEGA Senior Technical Solutions Engineer Pegasystems Inc. IN View ProfileSend MessagePrakhar_GCS PEGA replied to Venkat_AnthemHi,I believe importing an application RAP from lower version to higher version doesn't require you to run upgrade script. But it will be worth trying in one of your lower environment. Posted: 10 months agoPosted: 13 Apr 2020 12:48 EDT×Close popoverVenkata Doppalapudi (Venkat_Anthem) Anthem INC Anthem INC US View ProfileSend MessageVenkat_Anthem Anthem INC replied to Prakhar_GCSThank You! Accepted Solution Posted: 2 months agoUpdated: 2 months agoPosted: 16 Dec 2020 11:54 ESTUpdated: 16 Dec 2020 18:51 EST×Close popoverVenkata Doppalapudi (Venkat_Anthem) Anthem INC Anthem INC US View ProfileSend MessageVenkat_Anthem Anthem INC replied to Prakhar_GCSIt worked very well.We don't need to run an upgrade script to import an application RAP from the lower version to the higher version of PEGA.