Php reload page after updating record

25-Nov-2017 08:58 by 9 Comments

Php reload page after updating record

The remote instance must be on the same release family as the local instance (starting with the Eureka release).

Creating duplicate records with the same URL can cause errors.To preview a retrieved update set: The process of previewing an update set detects problems that may occur if you commit the updates on the local instance.Before you commit an update set, follow this procedure to resolve all of the problems that the preview process discovered.All changes are reversed as described in the table.The current update set tracks all of the new changes that occur.When you have previewed the update set and resolved any conflicts or problems, commit the update set.

Committing an update set applies all changes to the instance and creates a local copy of the update set that contains an update record for every change.

You can also unload an update set as an XML file and then transfer it to another instance. Previewing compares an update set retrieved from a remote instance to updates on the local instance and detects potential problems.

You must preview an update set and address all problems before you can commit it.

Note: If you commit, back out, and then reapply a remote update set, errors appear in the previewer because backing out an update set creates ‘delete’ updates in the current update set.

The deletes are considered more recent changes and cause collisions. For example, after merging update sets you may choose to delete the original sets.

Keeping system properties private prevents settings in one instance from overwriting values in another instance.