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Rogue Sensor 4.7.1 and EPO 5.0.1 wont go into current branch

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So I just looked and found that EPO Rogue Sensor 4.7.1 in EPO 5.0.1 is in the evaluation brach.  This is a new server, not upgraded from a 4.x version. If I try to change it to "current" the option isnt availabe.  I tried a couple of things and changed it to previous and that went fine.  Then went back and had the option to change it to current, but after doing so I look and its back to being in evaluation.  Very weird.  I deleted the package from the epo server, redownloaded and checked in,  everything went fine, but when I go back in the package is back to evaluation.  Anyone else see this?

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Re: Rogue Sensor 4.7.1 and EPO 5.0.1 wont go into current branch

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Yep, thought so - it's the issue I mentioned. If you look at the third column from the right you can see that it's in the Current branch.

HTH -

Joe

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Re: Rogue Sensor 4.7.1 and EPO 5.0.1 wont go into current branch

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Is it in the Evaluation branch, or is it just listed as Evaluation? There's a known issue where it's shown as an evaluation package - please see KB78922  for details.

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Re: Rogue Sensor 4.7.1 and EPO 5.0.1 wont go into current branch

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Here is what it looks like

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Re: Rogue Sensor 4.7.1 and EPO 5.0.1 wont go into current branch

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Yep, thought so - it's the issue I mentioned. If you look at the third column from the right you can see that it's in the Current branch.

HTH -

Joe

Re: Rogue Sensor 4.7.1 and EPO 5.0.1 wont go into current branch

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Ah, you are correct, gues my eyes didnt make it past the column that showed evaluation.  Thank you sao much for pointing that out to me.