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    John Wilson Cusi
    Is there tool or a quick way to compare/validate if 2...Answered
    Topic posted August 8, 2019 by John Wilson CusiBronze Medal: 1,250+ Points 
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    Title:
    Is there tool or a quick way to compare/validate if 2 instances are parallel/sync?
    Summary:
    Looking for a quick way or tool to compare environment instances
    Content:

    Hi everyone,

    Anyone here has a quick way or a tool to compare/validate if 2 environment instances (ex. Test & Prod) are parallel/synced in overall configuration, extension and customization.

    Asking this because we have an Engagement Cloud domain that has 2 instances (test and prod) that has just been handed to us and we need to validate that the 2 are sync so as to avoid failures in migration in the future.

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    Sebastiaan Draaisma

    This is the OSVC forum. As such we have no knowledge of Engagement Cloud
    If you meant OSVC then there is no such tool out of the box.

    • Configuration: Check the Audit log in the configuration settings to see which configurations have been changed, by whom and when.
    • Extensions: Check the Add-In Manager
    • Customization: Lot's of places to check.

    My advice...
    Inform all involved administrators that you will be refreshing your test site on date & time x and that they have to contact you in case they want to carry over changes they made.

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    • Sebastiaan Draaisma

      This is the OSVC forum. As such we have no knowledge of Engagement Cloud
      If you meant OSVC then there is no such tool out of the box.

      • Configuration: Check the Audit log in the configuration settings to see which configurations have been changed, by whom and when.
      • Extensions: Check the Add-In Manager
      • Customization: Lot's of places to check.

      My advice...
      Inform all involved administrators that you will be refreshing your test site on date & time x and that they have to contact you in case they want to carry over changes they made.

      • John Wilson Cusi

        Oh my! My sincerest apologies for posting in the wrong forum!

        I'll go ahead and resolve this one and create in the proper venue...or if any admin that can notice this can delete.

         

        Again sorry :'(