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For more information on the overall migration process, see Chapter 4, “Overview of the Siebel ADM Deployment Process.” For more information on deploying an ADM package, see Chapter 6, “Deploying a Siebel ADM Package.” To create an ADM package, perform the following tasks: 1 “Reviewing the Siebel ADM Data Type Requirements” on page 64 This task helps you determine how to package the application customizations. 2 “Consolidating Siebel ADM Data Types into Deployment Units” on page 65 This task consolidates the application customizations in a format that can be packaged. 3 “Creating the Siebel ADM Package Directory Structure” on page 80 This task creates the directory structure used by the ADM framework. 4 “Consolidating Siebel ADM Deployment Units into the Deployment Package Directory” on page 81 This task consolidates the ADM deployment units into the ADM package directory structure. 5 “Generating the Siebel ADM Package” on page 81 This task generates the necessary ADM package descriptor files. For information about ADM package descriptor files, see “About the ADM Package Descriptor File” on page 82 . 6 “Validating the Siebel ADM Package” on page 82 This task validates the ADM package contents in preparation for deployment. Reviewing the Siebel ADM Data Type Requirements This task is a step in “Process of Creating a Siebel ADM Package” on page 64 . Reviewing the data type requirements prior to creating Siebel Application Deployment Manager (ADM) packages helps you determine how to organize your data into deployment units for a more efficient deployment of your customizations. For more recommendations on facilitating a successful deployment, see: “Managing Siebel ADM Deployment Dependencies” on page 116 “Managing Your Siebel ADM Package Content” on page 116 “Minimizing Downtime When Deploying Siebel ADM Packages” on page 117
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Creating a Siebel ADM Package Consolidating Siebel ADM Data Types into Deployment Units Siebel Application Deployment Manager Guide Version 8.1, Rev. B 65 Consolidating Siebel ADM Data Types into Deployment Units This task is a step in “Process of Creating a Siebel ADM Package” on page 64 . Consolidating Siebel Application Deployment Manager (ADM) data types into deployment units is a task based on the category of ADM data type: database, repository, or file. Consolidating the units prepares the application customizations for the packaging stage of the process. For more information on specific data types, see Appendix A, “Siebel ADM Supported Data Types.” For descriptions of consolidating ADM data types into deployment units based on ADM data category, see: “Process of Creating Siebel ADM Deployment Units from Database Types” on page 65 “Creating Siebel ADM Deployment Units from Repository Types” on page 76 “Consolidating Siebel ADM Deployment Units from File Types” on page 79 Process of Creating Siebel ADM Deployment Units from Database Types Creating Siebel Application Deployment Manager (ADM) deployment units from database types requires accessing the source Siebel application ADM GUI screens.
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