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How do I pause Continuous Deployments?

By default OnCheckin will launch a deployment for every check in you make to your source control.


For SVN and TFS users this will only be triggered by changes made to files in the folder path you’ve hooked OnCheckin up to.

For Git users deployments will only be triggered by changes made to the “master” branch.

To pause these auto deployments you simply need to Disable a deployment project.

1. Login to your OnCheckin account.

2. Open the Deployment project you want to disable by clicking on its name from the list of projects.

3. On the right-hand side of your project’s configuration page, you simply need to click a button labelled “Disable”.

Your deployment project will now not be deployed again until you enable it using the same process above but by pressing the “Enable” button instead.

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