For information on updating the build for an app, see You can view the app metadata as entered in i Tunes Connect and as it will appear in the store for a given language.
After you upload an app build, you can view the information i Tunes Connect reads from the build, including the binary size.
Find a user with an Admin role as described in After you upload the app build to i Tunes Connect, i Tunes Connect reads information from the build to present it properly in the store.
You can view a summary of the build information by selecting the build number from All Builds under Activity.
After you create an i Tunes Connect record for an app, the app appears in the My Apps section in i Tunes Connect.
An example of a product family is Microsoft Windows, of which Microsoft Windows Server 2003 is a member.
The software update file is the actual file that the client computer downloads, such as an executable (.exe) or Windows Installer (.msi) file, and then installs to update a component or application.
The metadata provides the information about the software update, such as name, description, products that the update supports, update classification, article ID, download URL, applicability rules, and so on.
When software updates are applicable to multiple products and at least one of the products has been selected for synchronization, all the products will appear in the Configuration Manager console even if some have not been selected.
For example, if Windows Server 2003 is the only operating system that you have subscribed to and a software update applies to product "Windows Server 2003" and "Windows Server 2003 Datacenter Edition," both products will show up in the Configuration Manager repository.