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Modify UCR/UCD integration to include a Synchronize feature.
This request is directly related to RFE #91771 in which we are requesting the ability to manually associate applications in UCR with those in UCD. This request is to change the behavior of the integration to include a synchronize feature. In the case of the current implementation, it performs a "populate" function. If an application is manually associated with UCD applications, this "populate" loses value and would instead benefit from "Sync".
We are a large enterprise that is currently implementing UCD, UCR and RTC all at once. In many other use cases, enterprises have adopted UCD first and UCR second - in that case the "populate" function of the integration works quite well. In our case (and likely others) we are implementing both tools at once, which is requiring us to create applications in Release while our migration to Deploy is underway. Currently we have a patch that merges these application together in Release - but does this based on name and does not gracefully handle changes or updates to the applications in either tool.
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