Build All/Rebuild AllOfficial Content

Build and Rebuild All options are used when you do not know the exact impact of the changes and need to have everything brought up to date. The Build All option does what needs to be done, while the Rebuild All option strengthens throughout.

Rebuild All usually takes longer than Build All. Both build options include the following steps:

Steps Comments
Save any unsaved objects This step stops on errors
Reorganize the database if necessary Reorganize the database if necessary
Specify only objects that have changed (Build) or force the specification of all objects (Rebuild) This step does not stop on errors
Generate This step does not stop on errors
Compile all Main objects This step does not stop on errors
Compile the Developer Menu This step does not stop on errors
Deploy  

 

See also

Build/Rebuild/Run
Build/Run With This Only
Run Without Build

Note for .NET Generator users: The "Compile Developer Menu" step is not performed if the Model Property Generate developer menu makefile property is set to "No".




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