The type of a specific package
An application's first package must be an 'install' package. This is the package that injects a new application into the system. Only Application packages can be set on this level. An install level package must contain a new application identifier that is unknown to the system. Packages on this level can be executed only once.
Contains small modifications (e.g. a couple of new content to import or a bugfix in a dll). Usually patches form a chain where every package assumes the existence of all the previous ones but it is not mandatory. It is possible to control this behavior, see version control below.
Can contain small repeatable activities that do not perform significant changes but can be important because of business or technical reasons. A good example is performing an undo checkout on multiple content. Executing a package of this level does not change the application's or the product's version number but the execution is logged and registered
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