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<mainDescription>A rollback might be needed for a variety of reasons, including corruption of the production code base, inoperable&#xD;
components, an unplanned undesirable effect of the release on other production systems, an unhappy customer, etc.&#xD;
The&amp;nbsp;Development team should provide the production support organization with a specific plan and decision criteria&#xD;
made available to them to avoid or minimize service interruptions.</mainDescription>
<sections xmi:id="_IAIu9eB-EeC1y_NExchKwQ" name="Determine if backout plan exists" guid="_IAIu9eB-EeC1y_NExchKwQ">
<sectionDescription>Determine whether the development team has a backout plan already written for a previous release. If so, part of that&#xD;
plan%EOL%might be reusable. If this release is the development team%sq%s first, another development team with a similar&#xD;
feature set%EOL%might have a plan that can be used as a starting point.</sectionDescription>
<sections xmi:id="_IAIu8-B-EeC1y_NExchKwQ" name="Develop the backout plan (if applicable)" guid="_IAIu8-B-EeC1y_NExchKwQ">
<sectionDescription>If a backout plan does not exist, or one cannot be found to be used as a starting point, answer the questions documented&#xD;
in%EOL%the &lt;a class=&quot;elementLinkWithType&quot;&#xD;
guid=&quot;_IAHg2eB-EeC1y_NExchKwQ&quot;>Artifact: Backout Plan&lt;/a> to start and develop a backout plan.</sectionDescription>
<sections xmi:id="_IAIu9OB-EeC1y_NExchKwQ" name="Update the backout plan (if applicable)" guid="_IAIu9OB-EeC1y_NExchKwQ">
<sectionDescription>If a backout plan does exist that can be used as a baseline, review that plan and update, add, or delete information as&#xD;
necessary. When the plan is completed, it should reflect entirely the contents of the upcoming deployment only, not a&#xD;
release in the past or one in the future. In other words, the backout plan should be specific only to this release.</sectionDescription>
<purpose>The purpose of this task is to develop the criteria, procedures, and responsibilities associated with rolling back a&#xD;
specific release into the production environment to prevent or minimize interruptions to other products or services.</purpose>