Displays the Packages page.
Looks for processes that match your input. Searches according to name, environment, and description.
Opens the Deploy Process window.
Note: Adding a process requires your user to have View and Create permissions on Processes, as well as View permissions on Packages and Environments. Read more About Roles.
The name of the package that was associated with an environment. An exclamation mark icon next to this field indicates that you are not using the latest available version. If the package version associated with an environment is no longer available in the configured NuGet repository, it is indicated with the following icon . If you are using the latest available version, the following icon is displayed.
The number of the version currently being used in a given process.
The name of the environment assigned to a given package.
The description of a given process.
Opens the Manage Versions window for the corresponding process, and enables you to update or rollback the associated package.
Enables you to delete a selected process from Orchestrator.
Note: Removing a process requires your user to have View and Delete permissions on Processes, as well as View permissions on Packages and Environments. Read more About Roles.
Select the package that you want to use from the list.
Select the package version that you want to use from the list. This field is automatically populated with the latest available version of the selected package.
Select the environment that you want to associate with the chosen package. By default, it is populated with the first environment available, in alphabetical order.
A custom description for the process. It is recommended that you populate this field, especially when dealing with multiple users and processes in Orchestrator.
Creates the process with the settings you previously set and closes the Deploy Process window. This button is available only if the Package Name, Package Version, and Environment fields are filled in.
Closes the Deploy Process window without saving your settings.
Updates the package used in the selected process to the latest available version.
Restores the package in the selected process to the previously used version. For example, consider a package with 3 versions (a, b, c). If the last used was c before you updated to a, and you click Rollback, the process is going to revert to version c.
All the available versions of the package in the selected process. A Current label is displayed next to the version that is being used at the given moment.
The amount of time elapsed since a version of the package was published.
The amount of time elapsed since a given package version was last used in the process. Hovering over this field displays the exact time and date.
Enables you to use the corresponding package version. This button is displayed only when hovering over a version. Additionally, it is not available for the version that is currently in use.