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data type dependency, see Appendix A, “Siebel ADM Supported Data Types,” and Table 18 on page 143 . Research and understand the dependencies included with business processes used by your organization. Addressing all deployment dependencies during an ADM deployment reduces errors and system downtime. Formalize dependencies by creating relationships in the ADM GUI when preparing data types for packaging. For more information on data type relationships, see “Creating ADM Data Type Relationships” on page 66 . Managing Your Siebel ADM Package Content Review the following guidelines and recommendations when managing your Siebel Application Deployment Manager (ADM) package content: Follow the documented naming conventions throughout the ADM deployment process: During the creation of the ADM project When storing the exported database files in directories When storing files in directories with versions or tracked through a version tracking system Follow a documented deployment strategy including procedures, checklists, and naming conventions. Historical package data is stored in the ADM database for reference. Create the ADM package folder structure using the ADM Packaging Utility rather than creating it manually. Use a stored file system or document tracking system when creating deployment units involves teams of users to make sure the package content is current and correct. Validate packages before deployment.
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Guidelines for Deploying Siebel ADM Minimizing Downtime When Deploying Siebel ADM Packages Siebel Application Deployment Manager Guide Version 8.1, Rev. B 117 Minimizing Downtime When Deploying Siebel ADM Packages Use the following recommendations to minimize your Siebel Business Applications downtime when deploying Siebel Application Deployment Manager (ADM) packages: Group data types and customizations based on the system impact. For information on data type system impact, see Appendix A, “Siebel ADM Supported Data Types.” For example, group data types that have no system impact or do not require activation in the same package. Test your ADM deployment between a development environment and a test environment. Create benchmark downtimes, if necessary, for specific deployment packages. Use staged deployment. Staging the ADM deployment to a subset of Siebel Servers in a Siebel Enterprise Server rather than to the entire Siebel Enterprise Server minimizes downtime. Identify the type of release to reduce downtime. For the types of releases, see “Business Case Scenarios for Siebel ADM” on page 111 . Synchronizing Repository Updates Perform the following tasks to make sure the repository data in the Siebel Application Deployment Manager (ADM) source and target environments are synchronized: Compile the Siebel Repository File (SRF) after changes are made to the repository. For information on compiling the SRF, see Using Siebel Tools .
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