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For Pega Platform 8.3 and earlier: Patching out-of-place from the command line

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Updated on April 12, 2022

To use the command line to configure the setupDatabase.properties file, the Deployment user must run the appropriate script. For 8.3.6 patches, use the patch.bat (for Windows) or patch.sh (for Linux) script; for all other patches, use the upgrade.bat (for Windows) or upgrade.sh (for Linux) script.

  1. If you have not done so already, edit the setupDatabase.properties file.
    1. Open the Directories.distributionDirectory file.
    2. Configure the connection properties. Use the new rules schema name for both the rules schema name and data schema name.
    3. Save and close the file.
  2. Open a command prompt and navigate to the scripts directory.
  3. Run either upgrade.bat or upgrade.sh.
Result:

Pega Platform writes command-line output to a file in the Pega-image\scripts\logs directory.

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