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Updating cloned tables after an update

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Updated on April 12, 2022

To apply the schema changes in the latest base tables to the cloned rule, data, work, and history tables during or after an update, use the Update Applications Schema utility. Applying the changes enables updated reports on those tables and improves performance.

The Update Applications Schema utility only adds missing columns or missing indexes, and adjusts column sizes. The Update Applications Schema utility does not make any other changes to your cloned tables. You can either apply the changes automatically, or review the changes first.

You can view and apply the schema changes in one of the following ways:

  • From Dev Studio.
  • From the command line.
  • As part of an update. For more information, see the Pega Platform Update Guide.
  • Updating cloned tables from Dev Studio

    Update cloned rule, data, work, and history tables with the schema changes in the latest base tables by using the Update Applications Schema utility in Dev Studio.

  • Updating cloned tables from the command line

    You can use the Update Applications Schema utility from the command line to update cloned rule, data, work, and history tables with the schema changes in the latest base tables.

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