Deploy Outstanding vs. Deploy All
When you create a deployment, Copado creates a deployment job, which is a junction object between the step and the destination org. For example, when you create a deployment with 2 steps and 2 destination orgs, this results in 4 deployment jobs. This means that Copado will perform 4 deployments (the two steps separately to each of the 2 orgs).
What Does ‘Deploy Outstanding’ Mean?
When each of the deployment jobs is executed and completed, this returns either a success or a failure.
Since it can be time-inefficient/undesirable to repeat deployments that have already been completed successfully, Copado, allows the deployment to resume, starting from the first failure, without having to reinitiate the deployment and deploy components that have already been deployed.
Credits are calculated for each deployment job, excluding successful deployment jobs from this calculation.
What Does ‘Deploy All’ Mean?
When the Deploy All button is clicked, the status of every single deployment job is reset to Pending, meaning that every deployment job is reinitiated and will be deployed.