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Status Under review
Workspace UrbanCode
Categories Deploy
Created by Guest
Created on Sep 7, 2021

Access to ApplicationProcessRequest properties without a full deployment trace

In order to generate custom deployment reports to our release management team, we are required to list up all the deployments, including a wide range of additional data (may or may not come from UCD).

As part of the deployments, there are certain properties that are set when launching a deployment through the API. These properties are ApplicationProcessRequest properties that act as metadata in this case.

As part of generating this file, we request all the deployments that happened through However, this endpoint does not return these properties.

Therefore, we need to make an additional call to to retrieve this information. The problem here is that this payload is very large (it contains the full deployment as a rootTrace). In case we need to generate a report for 2 months with 1000's of deployments, this process become very slow, consumes a lot of time for information that we don't need.

Why is it useful?

Our batch to generate the file of the deployments of the last 30 days takes 3,5 hours. We're currently requested to generate this report for the past 6 months for audit (potentially up to year). This is going to take longer & will have to run during business hours or we have to cut it up into multiple chunks.

Idea Priority High