To set up this relationship in ADM add the LOV data type as a child record to

To set up this relationship in adm add the lov data

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To set up this relationship in ADM, add the LOV data type as a child record to the State Model data type. When this relationship is set up, the records of the LOV (LOV Type record and LOV value records) are inserted into the database first followed by the State Model records. If there is an error in moving either the State Model or the LOV records, then both are not allowed to exist separately on the target system. If the State Model encounters a database error, then the previously inserted LOV records are removed (rolled back) so that the errors are corrected and the session can be retried. Creating ADM Data Type Relationships Creating Application Deployment Manager (ADM) data type relationships is a step in “Process of Creating Siebel ADM Deployment Units from Database Types” on page 65 . For more information on ADM data type relationships, see “About ADM Data Type Relationships” on page 66 .
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Creating a Siebel ADM Package Process of Creating Siebel ADM Deployment Units from Database Types Siebel Application Deployment Manager Guide Version 8.1, Rev. B 67 Set up parent-child relationships between data types using the Data Type Explorer view. NOTE: The deployment of child data types is attempted before the deployment of parent data types. Figure 6 shows an example of creating an ADM data type child relationship between State Model and LOV data types. To add a child relationship to an ADM data type 1 Navigate to the Application Deployment Manager screen, then the Data Type Explorer view. 2 In the Data Types list or Data Type explorer list, select the data type of interest. 3 Click the Add button to access the data type list. 4 Select the child data type of interest from this list. The selected child data type appears under the parent data type in the Data Type Explorer view. To remove a child relationship from an ADM data type 1 Navigate to the Application Deployment Manager screen, then the Data Type Explorer view. 2 In the Data Types list or Data Type explorer list, select the data type of interest. 3 In the child data type list, select the child data type you want to remove, and click the Remove button. Figure 6. Creating a Child Data Type Relationship
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Siebel Application Deployment Manager Guide Version 8.1, Rev. B Creating a Siebel ADM Package Process of Creating Siebel ADM Deployment Units from Database Types 68 Creating ADM Deployment Projects Creating Application Deployment Manager (ADM) deployment projects is a step in “Process of Creating Siebel ADM Deployment Units from Database Types” on page 65 . A project is the template that can be reused to export the same data types on a regular basis. A project can contain many data types. To create an ADM deployment project 1 Navigate to the Application Deployment Manager screen, then the Deployment Projects view.
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  • Summer '16
  • Oracle
  • Web server, Enterprise application integration, ADM Deployment

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