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John Maruscak (JohnM466)
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John Maruscak
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JohnM466 Member since 2018 1 post
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Posted: March 6, 2018
Last activity: April 6, 2018
Posted: 6 Mar 2018 15:49 EST
Last activity: 6 Apr 2018 19:26 EDT
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v7.x Upgrade Documention needs to be changed

Pega version 7.x upgrade documentation is the wrong place to be discussing the benefits of split schemas. All upgrade documentation should simply read, If you have single schema follow path A, If you have dual schema follow path B.


Moving to split schema should be a separate enhancement and has nothing to do with the update/migration you are trying to preform. In fact it just adds in a confusion factor . Pega own docs contradicted itself.


Planning your upgrade


The Pega 7 Platform supports several configuration options that can affect the choices that you make during the upgrade. Before beginning, read this section thoroughly.


l Do not change your environment during an upgrade. For example, if you are making changes to your application server, or database server, do so before you upgrade the Pega 7 Platform.

Pega version 7.x upgrade documentation is the wrong place to be discussing the benefits of split schemas. All upgrade documentation should simply read, If you have single schema follow path A, If you have dual schema follow path B.

Moving to split schema should be a separate enhancement and has nothing to do with the update/migration you are trying to preform. In fact it just adds in a confusion factor . Pega own docs contradicted itself.

Planning your upgrade

The Pega 7 Platform supports several configuration options that can affect the choices that you make during the upgrade. Before beginning, read this section thoroughly.

l Do not change your environment during an upgrade. For example, if you are making changes to your application server, or database server, do so before you upgrade the Pega 7 Platform.

l Choose a configuration type: single-schema or split-schema system. Pegasystems recommends a split-schema system. See Split-schema and single-schema systems.

Regards,

John Maruscak

System Administration Upgrades
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