7 Select Export to create the sif file used as the ADM deployment unit 8

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7 Select Export to create the .sif file used as the ADM deployment unit. 8 Navigate to the Siebel Tools installation directory and the directory with the mid-level release label to locate the .sif file with the mid-level release label. Copy the generated .sif file along with the XML unit descriptor file, which is used in the ADM package.
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Siebel Application Deployment Manager Guide Version 8.1, Rev. B Creating a Siebel ADM Package Creating Siebel ADM Deployment Units from Repository Types 78 Generating ADM Deployment Units Using a Hotfix This topic is part of “Creating Siebel ADM Deployment Units from Repository Types” on page 76 . Generating ADM deployment units from repository data types uses the Siebel Tools hotfix feature. This task creates a .sif file that is used as the deployment unit necessary for the ADM packaging process. Generating a hot fix uses the Siebel Tools GUI to complete the task as described in the following procedure. To generate ADM deployment units using a hotfix at the Siebel Tools GUI 1 Log in to Siebel Tools, and make sure the changes are checked in. 2 On each object that you want to export, right-click and select Add to Hotfix. You can select multiple objects to add to the Hotfix. 3 In the Hotfix Release dialog, name the release and review the repository objects included in the mid-level release. 4 If necessary, remove any objects from the list by using the Delete key. 5 Select Export to create the .sif file used as the ADM deployment unit. 6 Navigate to the Siebel Tools installation directory and the ADM directory to locate the .sif file with the mid-level release label. Copy the generated .sif file along with the XML unit descriptor file, which is used in the ADM package. Using Consoleapp.exe to Create Repository Deployment Units This topic is part of “Creating Siebel ADM Deployment Units from Repository Types” on page 76 . Using the consoleapp.exe program is one means of creating repository deployment units. For more information on consoleapp.exe and its use, see Using Siebel Tools . This task exports a predefined list of objects from Siebel Tools. To use the Siebel Tools GUI to create repository deployment units, see “Generating ADM Deployment Units Using a Mid-Level Release in Siebel Tools” on page 77 . To generate ADM deployment units using the consoleapp.exe program Launch the Siebel Tools command-line executable consoleapp.exe using either a full set of arguments or a reference to the arguments contained in a file. For more information on using this utility, see Using Siebel Tools .
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Creating a Siebel ADM Package Consolidating Siebel ADM Deployment Units from File Types Siebel Application Deployment Manager Guide Version 8.1, Rev. B 79 Argument set at launch: The following argument is set when launching the consoleapp.exe program: consoleapp.exe configuration_file .cfg language username password "Siebel Tools Export Support for ADM" "Export: ArgumentList " For example: consoleapp.exe "D:\Siebel\8.1\Tools_1\bin\enu\tools.cfg" ENU SADMIN SADMIN "Siebel Tools Export Support for ADM" "Export: Repository=Siebel Repository,LogFile=D:\nm_export.log,
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  • Summer '16
  • Oracle
  • Web server, Enterprise application integration, ADM Deployment

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