Reviewing an ADM Deployments Status This topic is part of Administering the

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Reviewing an ADM Deployment’s Status This topic is part of “Administering the Siebel ADM Deployment Execution” on page 96 . This topic describes the various ways you can review the status of an Application Deployment Manager (ADM) deployment. After executing the copy and restore commands, the progress of the deployment, at the unit level, automatically displays in the command-line window. You have the option to configure the status intervals by setting the block size for record level notification. For example, you can set the status to display for every 10 records that are deployed.
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Siebel Application Deployment Manager Guide Version 8.1, Rev. B Deploying a Siebel ADM Package Administering the Siebel ADM Deployment Execution 100 To set the block size for record level notification 1 Launch the Siebel Web Client. If it is already running, restart it. 2 Navigate to the Administration - Server Configuration screen, then Enterprises, and then the Component Definitions view. 3 In the Component field, query for Application Deployment Manager Processor . 4 In the Component Parameters applet, query for NoOfRecords in the Param field. 5 Update the Value field for the NoOfRecords parameter: If the value is less than or equal to zero, then the notification is considered as unit level. If the value is greater than zero, then the notification is considered as block level. NOTE: If the value is greater than the actual total number of records in the package, then only the actual total number of records in the package are deployed. In addition, ADM offers a set of command-line interface commands that provide a status of the ADM deployment at either the server, group, or unit level or provides feedback on the history of the deployment. The following subtopics describe the various status reporting commands of the ADM command-line interface: “Reviewing the Status of an ADM Deployment Session” on page 100 “Creating an ADM Deployment Report” on page 104 “Creating a Destination Map for File Directories” on page 104 Reviewing the Status of an ADM Deployment Session These commands or combination of commands provide feedback on the progress of the ADM deployment session at various levels. Several optional command-line flags that further define the status review task are described in Table 13 . Table 13. Optional Command-Line Flags While Reviewing the Status of an ADM Session Flag Description -all_ent Lists the details of the latest sessions of a given package for all Siebel Enterprise Servers, rather than the details of a single session corresponding to the given package in the given Siebel Enterprise Server. Use with the review status detail ( status_detail and status_detail_srt_ column_name ) commands. -pending Lists the details of only those ADM deployment sessions with pending actions (actions that are not started or not complete). Used with the review status detail ( status_detail and status_detail_srt_ column_name ) commands.
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Deploying a Siebel ADM Package Administering the Siebel ADM Deployment Execution
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