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QuestionSetting Up Client Test Environments Pin
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jschell17-Jan-23 4:34
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The above is not all that clear. Perhaps because the process has not actually been defined.


Kevin Marois wrote:
What I've been doing up to now is


This is a 'deployment' or a 'release'


Kevin Marois wrote:
A test environment for each branch would be nice,


Ok but what does that have to do with a 'deployment'?

Generally a branch is used to work on feature/fix/etc. So lets say right now there is a new feature and two bug fixes that you need to work on.

I am going to presume you are using source control. So locally you can work on each as a branch. When a branch is complete then you merge it to the main branch in source control. You only 'deliver' the main branch. So if you have finished the feature and one bug when you decide to deliver than you using the main branch to do that. The other bug is in the branch that is not complete and not merged.

Items in the above
1. Depending on how you deliver it you might need to rebuild the main branch. This is a process step that you would need to do. Probably should have an actual list of steps. Important step is that you should always extract from main branch even if you think it is already there.
2. SQL, or however you update the database, should be checked into source control also.

Kevin Marois wrote:
now is making a copy of the SQL datbase on their server,...


Steps for testing
1. Create test database. Specific steps are irrelevant.
2. Apply NEW updates the test database.
3. Deploy NEW application to test folder. Specific steps are irrelevant.
4. The icon on desktop to test

Steps for production
1. Apply NEW updates the real database.
2. Deploy NEW application to real folder. Specific steps are irrelevant.

In the above the two steps match the appropriate previous steps except that it applies to a different destination. So you can certainly automate that using a script (linux or windows.) You can also create an application (installer) to do the same thing.

Don't forget potential errors. For example someone accidently marks a file in the real folder is read only and so your script/installer can't copy the new file in. Might just be a matter of manually inspecting the output but there are other ways.
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