New feature requests and bug fixes come up after a project goes live. These changes should be first implemented and tested in a Development Environment before being promoted to the Production Environment. In this article, we will introduce the best practice to handle this process.
For all our implementations, we suggest tracking every change made to the Development Environment and later apply the beneficial ones to the Production Environment.
There are a few tools you can leverage in Kepion when promoting changes to production, such as the export/import (Forms, Rules, Dashboard) functionality. And most changes on the SQL Server Management Studio side can be done by creating or altering views and/or stored procedures.
For step-by-step details, follow the flow chart below: