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Asterisk in the Code Package

Asterisk in the Code Package

After a change is made to a code package, an asterisk will appear next to the package node that has changed. To better understand which nodes change in response to various code package actions, please refer to the description below:

Wrapped packages - recall that a wrapped package is a single-file package that contains all SQL scripts (names and content) as well as package folder information inside the single .cpa file. For this reason, every change to any property, node, folder, or script will prompt an asterisk next to the root node of the wrapped package. If you change the content of a SQL script in a wrapped package, an asterisk will also appear next to the icon of the script.

Unwrapped Packages - the .cpa file of the unwrapped package holds the file names, folder names, and all file and folder attributes Each time a new file or folder is added, or the properties of files or folders are updated, an asterisk will appear next to the root node of the package that reflects the change to the .cpa file. In other cases, e.g., when the content of a SQL script is updated, this does not require a change to the .cpa file and the asterisk will appear next to the SQL script node.




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