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Rolling back hotfixes

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Updated on April 12, 2022

If an uncommitted hotfix introduces unwanted changes to your system, you can remove it by rolling it back. You cannot roll back committed hotfixes. If you have more than one uncommitted hotfix, roll them all back and reinstall the hotfixes you want to keep.

Note:
  • Database schema changes associated with a hotfix are not removed when rolling back.
  • Rolling back hotfix packages is different from rolling back to a restore point. Restore points track rules and data that have been added, modified or deleted, regardless of how the rules or data were created. Rolling back a hotfix package affects only the hotfix artifacts.
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