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Build date issue - if library has been republished

gokula
Level 5
Level 5

Hello Team, 

 

In our current Launch implementation we have republished the library but when we check in browser console using satellite.buildInfo command, showing the build date when the library originally published. 

 

Sometime this varies so not sure what happening exactly. Is there any issue with Launch ? 

 

For reference please see attached screenshot. 

 

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jantzen_belliston-Adobe
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Level 10
Level 10

From the original poster:

 

I just went through Release notes of Launch and found that this was bug which fixed on January 16,2020 but here in my case I can see this bug not fixed.

 

Here is the Bug reference 

https://docs.adobe.com/content/help/en/launch/using/intro/release-notes/current.html  

Bug Fixes

  • The republish library feature would sometimes not purge the Launch asset on Akamai properly and result in the original library still being served.

 

@thebenrobb 

@StewSchilling   

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gokula
Level 5
Level 5

I just went through Release notes of Launch and found that this was bug which fixed on January 16,2020 but here in my case I can see this bug not fixed.

 

Here is the Bug reference 

https://docs.adobe.com/content/help/en/launch/using/intro/release-notes/current.html  

Bug Fixes

  • The republish library feature would sometimes not purge the Launch asset on Akamai properly and result in the original library still being served.

 

@thebenrobb 

@StewSchilling   

Haran_Huang
Level 3
Level 3

Republish, in order to make the library code take effect as soon as possible, you can open the library code through a browser, and then refresh it, so that it will be the latest republished.

 

gokula
Level 5
Level 5
No nothing worked for me. Satellite still shows the buildDate of the library originally published.
Haran_Huang
Level 3
Level 3
You need Republish, Republish, and it will be displayed in the first one, so that it means Republish.
gokula
Level 5
Level 5
even I republished again, the date issue is still there. Launch not showing the republished date and taking the original library only.
Haran_Huang
Level 3
Level 3
I retested the time, the time will not be updated, but you should pay attention to the button in front of the library you republish is dark, this indicates which library is effective, and the library will be effective.
jantzen_belliston-Adobe
Correct answer by
Level 10
Level 10

From the original poster:

 

I just went through Release notes of Launch and found that this was bug which fixed on January 16,2020 but here in my case I can see this bug not fixed.

 

Here is the Bug reference 

https://docs.adobe.com/content/help/en/launch/using/intro/release-notes/current.html  

Bug Fixes

  • The republish library feature would sometimes not purge the Launch asset on Akamai properly and result in the original library still being served.

 

@thebenrobb 

@StewSchilling   

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