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Status Not under consideration
Workspace UrbanCode
Categories Deploy
Created by Guest
Created on Oct 22, 2021

Release Notes

As a PO I would like to be able to overview for my product versions and respective Release Notes. So far there is no support for Release Notes in UCD,UCV, ELM.

Idea priority High
  • Admin
    Osman Burucu
    Feb 4, 2022

    Hello Lukas,

    UrbanCode Deploy provides the information for applications and which component version has been deployed into an environment (also with timestamp).

    It has no knowledge information about any artifacts which are related to it (f.e. release notes, readme documents or whatever).

    Either you build an generic process which gathers your specific documents and pushes them to your wiki/confluence/other after a successfull app deployment, or use an external script which queries UCD for the state of versions deployed into an environment, then uses the information to query the repositories of the components to put the readme as above into the target wiki/other.


  • Guest
    Feb 3, 2022

    I mean release notes of the versions created by teams (eg. Component version in UCD or build in ELM).

  • Admin
    Osman Burucu
    Nov 4, 2021

    Hello, could you describe what you would need as i didn't understand it. Do you need release notes of IBM products like UCD? Or do you mean something completely different?