App Version

Qalcwise apps definitions are versioned, apps can have three statuses:

  • draft - app definition modification and tests
  • production - app is activated and published to users
  • obsolete - old version exists to have definition for old app documents

 

App definition life cycle:

  • app creation, version - 1 (draft)
  • app modifications and tests (multiple saves possible), version - 1 (draft)
  • app activation, version - 1 (production)
  • app modification after activation, version - 2 (draft)
    at this moment, there are two versions of app, version 1 (production) and version 2 (draft)
  • App activation, version - 2 (production)
  • app modification after activation, version - 3 (draft)
    at this moment, there are three versions of app, version 1 (obsolete), version 2 (production) and version 3 (draft)
  • ...

 

App documents created with a specific version will use this version through all lifecycle. For example, an app document with a long lasting workflow created in version 3 in January, in July still uses (obsolete) version 3 definition, regardless of the fact that a current (production) version is 6.

 

 

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