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Once you have configured the app to have the settings you want and saved it, you can push it through the deployment stages in the following order:
At each stage, a copy of the application is created and given an ID. Once the app reaches Production, it gets an ID that remains with the app and can be sent to end users. An app only moves in one direction through the stages. Any changes must be made in Development and then moved through the stages again to Production.
To select the deployment stages for your app:
If you reduce the number of deployment stages for your app, the excluded stages are permanently discarded.
Once you have saved your app in Web Designer, click Deploy.
Click Change Deployment Strategy.
The Change Deployment Strategy window appears.
In the Deployment Strategy menu, choose one of the following:
Dev - Prod: Development and Production
Dev - Test - Prod: Development, Testing and Production
Dev - Test - Staging - Prod: Development, Testing, Staging and Production
Click File | Save.
To deploy an app:
Once you have saved your app in Web Designer and selected the deployment stages, click Deploy.
Once your app is ready for testing, click Push to Testing if applicable.
Once your app is ready for staging, click Push to Staging if applicable.
Once your app is ready for production, click Push to Production.
Log into your Esri portal and share the Web Mapping Applications and Web Maps however you want.
The various deployment stage versions of the Web Mapping Applications and Web Maps are stored in the
Geocortex Viewer files (don't delete) folder and contain the following suffixes:
Development: No suffix
For additional information on sharing items within an Esri Portal, refer to the ArcGIS documentation.