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gulp deploy: creates one or more deploy distribution directories depending on your implementation.
If you are implementing SCA 2019.2 or later, this command creates the DeployDistributionAdvanced and DeployDistributionAdvancedSS2 directories. The DeployDistributionAdvanced directory contains the combined source files that are deployed to NetSuite. The DeployDistributionAdvancedSS2 directory contains the SuiteScript 2.0 services for deployment.
If you are implementing SCA 2019.1 or earlier, this command creates the DeployDistribution directory. This directory contains the combined source files that are deployed to NetSuite.
gulp local: creates a local distribution directory.
If you are implementing SCA 2019.2 or later, this command creates the LocalDistibutionAdvanced directory. This directory contains files that are used by the local server.
If you are implementing SCA 2019.1 or earlier, this command creates the LocalDistribution directory. This directory contains files that are used by the local server.
The files in the output directories are automatically generated. You should not directly edit any of the files in the deploy or local distribution directories. However, you may need to view the contents of these directories when troubleshooting.