Hi all,

Just wondering what is the best way once I have upgraded a package to rollback.

We have a package that is at version 10.256, I need to upgrade it to version 11, which is fine. But we also need to rollback it back if there is a issue back to 10.256. I dont want to uninstall 11, as it will removed all the files, so can I rollback or ungrade whatever its called back to 10.256. Or do I need to install all the level to get it back to 10.256.

Ta, TG
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The WI engine automatically rolls back if an installation fails. If you mean that you want to roll back after installation, then wouldn't you simply uninstall v11 and re-install 10.256?
Answered 05/06/2009 by: VBScab
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if your feature structure hasnt changed you could make the next release a patch which would then give you the ability to remove the patch.

but this sounds like more of a major upgrade based on your version increase.
Answered 05/06/2009 by: jmcfadyen
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Yeah it is, so I will have to remove it and reinstall it to get it back to the 10.2 version.
Answered 05/06/2009 by: Thegunner
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