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Step 3. Component Update

This step displays if you’re updating components. The following figure shows an example.

      Click update to complete the task

To complete the update, click Update.


If the update is successful, a page similar to the following displays.

      Your component update was successful

Messages similar to the following display in the Console Log:

[2015-07-31 19:41:02 CDT] Job "update {"require":[{"name":"magento/sample-module-updater-wizard","version":""}]}" has been started
[2015-07-31 19:41:02 CDT] Starting composer update...
[2015-07-31 19:41:02 CDT] ./composer.json has been updated

[2015-07-31 19:42:05 CDT] Loading composer repositories with package information
Updating dependencies (including require-dev)
	- Removing magento/sample-module-updater-wizard (2.0.2)
	- Installing magento/sample-module-updater-wizard (3.0.0)
Downloading: Connecting... Downloading: 100%

Writing lock file
Generating autoload files

[2015-07-31 19:42:05 CDT] Composer update completed successfully
[2015-07-31 19:42:05 CDT] Job "update {"require":[{"name":"magento/sample-module-updater-wizard","version":""}]}" has successfully completed


If the update fails, click Rollback to restore an earlier backup. Messages display in the Console Log as shown in the following figure.

If the component update fails, you can roll back