When I make a change to an Application in the management console, I see that this revision number is incremented:
If I click on "Content Status", I can see a "Source Version" but no "Revision" for the Application.
On a client to which the application is deployed, I can see the following entry for the same Application in
"Performing detection of app deployment type XXXXXXXXXXXXX 0.2.1(ScopeId_F51CE1C8-9E1E-4412-8DC0-8870C8D09B93/DeploymentType_7ce08ce1-ddb5-4861-b5eb-d03752c142cb, revision 22) for user."
This all leaves me with the following questions:
What, exactly, does "Revision" in the console refer to? Does it have the same meaning as the entry in in
Does distributed content have to be updated in order for the new "Revision" to propagate from the Site Server to the client?
What work does SCCM perform to propagate a "Revision" change in the console to a client? Can I see artifacts of this work in server log files?
Why is the "Revision" that appears in
AppEnforce.logsometimes one increment behind the "Revision" shown in the console even though a long time has elapsed?