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Update Amcore,DAT,MEDDAT

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I realize there's always have a new AMcore content package, DAT and MEDDAT version. Is there a way to automatically install to the latest version instead of manually go to the master repository to pull it manually. Can advise?
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Re: Update Amcore,DAT,MEDDAT

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Hello @User95478885 

Thanks for your response.

There is a server task Update Master Repository available which run everyday and update the content to Master Repository.

By default the name is Update Master Repository ,You can check your server tasks and if the task is disable you can enable it.

By default it will update the all packages including contents.

If you want you can edit and schedule it for selected packages.

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Re: Update Amcore,DAT,MEDDAT

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You can select MedDAT in Repository pull task and then select it in product update task.

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Re: Update Amcore,DAT,MEDDAT

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Isn't this the same as I manually go master repository to pull manually? This is what I'm doing now. But the thing is I want it to automatically update those new DAT in master repository automatically instead of manually pull it. 

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Re: Update Amcore,DAT,MEDDAT

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Hello @User95478885 

Thanks for your response.

There is a server task Update Master Repository available which run everyday and update the content to Master Repository.

By default the name is Update Master Repository ,You can check your server tasks and if the task is disable you can enable it.

By default it will update the all packages including contents.

If you want you can edit and schedule it for selected packages.

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