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ChangeBASE 6.2.2 - Prerequisites and Getting Started Guide

RAG Statuses

 

The issues are presented in a RAG (Red, Amber, Green) format.

Red

Red indicates that a high severity issue has been found that is likely to impact the installation or running of an application.

In some cases, a change to the program code within the package files is not required, and the issue can be auto-fixed by applying a change to the application. However, in other cases, the Red status will be as a result of a package attempting to use objects or functions that have been deprecated from the Operating System, or where their use has been restricted. In such cases, there are no changes that can be made to the installation routine to fix the problem, and the issue needs to be dealt with at the program code level or by the provision of a more up to date driver. For vendor MSIs, an upgrade may be required.

Amber

Amber indicates that a low severity issue has been found which could impact the installation or running of an application. In many cases, a change to the program code within the package files is not required, and the issue can be auto-fixed by applying a change to the application.

Where automated fixing is not available, a manual fix can be applied to the Windows Installer routine (MSI or MST) by an application packager. ChangeBASE provides Next Steps information on how a manual fix can be achieved.

Green

Green means that no compatibility issues were identified. Those packages can proceed directly to User Acceptance Testing (UAT), and then to the deployment phase.

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