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The first step in using linked project spaces is to establish establishing relationships between an upstream project space and one or many downstream project spaces.


  • Upstream Project Space: Refers to the project space from which content is pushed.

  • Downstream Project Space: Refers to the project spaces that receive the pushed content. You can also pull content in the downstream project space from the upstream project space. 

In order to To link Project Spaces with MRM, the user needs the Multi-Environment Release Management permission added to their role.


Link a downstream project space

If you are linking link project spaces for the first time, you can do that from the Linked Projects page under Project Settings. Since this will be your first link, you should start from within the project space you intend to set as upstream, meaning the project space you want the content to originate from.


2. Select Link Downstream Project Spaces. Choose Next, choose a project space from the drop-down menu. This will be the project space that you want to push content to.


3. The linked project space will display on the page.
You can link multiple downstream project spaces to a single upstream project space.


With MRM, you can only push linked configurations to one downstream project at a time, even if your upstream project space is linked to multiple downstream project spaces.

With ERM, you can push linked configurations to multiple downstream project spaces simultaneously.

4. Unlinking project spaces can only be done from the upstream project space; click Remove Link next to the name of the downstream project space. 


In the Downstream Project Space

When You will see this page when you navigate to the Linked Project Spaces page in the downstream project space that you created, you will see this page

Here you have the option to