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Deployment Draft

A deployment draft represents a group of Realm app changes that you can deploy or discard as a single unit.

Deployment Method
Drafts Explicitly Used?
Draft Behavior
Yes
Any changes you make to your Realm app's configuration in the Realm UI will be automatically saved as a draft that you can manually deploy, unless you have disabled drafts in the settings.
Yes
You can use an API endpoint to create a draft, then use other endpoints to make changes and deploy (or discard) the draft.
No
You make changes to configuration files locally, and once you are ready to deploy them, push them. Once you confirm your changes and push, a draft automatically gets created and deployed.
No
You make changes to configuration files locally, and once you are ready to deploy them, push them to GitHub or any CI/CD pipeline. Once you push, a draft automatically gets created and deployed.
Important
Draft Conflicts

Avoid having multiple users make conflicting changes in UI or API drafts at the same time. If there are multiple concurrent drafts that contain conflicting changes, you will not be able to deploy one or more of the drafts.

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