NOTE Compiling the SRF generates browser scripts that must be copied to the

Note compiling the srf generates browser scripts that

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NOTE: Compiling the SRF generates browser scripts that must be copied to the file\AppServer\webmaster subdirectory of the deployment package directory (for example, under C:\sba81\mgmtsrvr\adm\packages\sample). Run SRFDiff, using Siebel Tools, to compare two given SRF files. The utility validates whether the SRF files contain the same object data. Differences are reported in output files. If differences are reported, do not deploy the package to the production environment. For information on using the SRFDiff utility to validate the SRF files, see “Using the SRFDiff Utility for Validation and Diagnosis” on page 118 . For more information on using the SRFDiff utility, see Using Siebel Tools . Perform a repository migration, using the Siebel Database Configuration Wizard, if any discrepancies exist between repositories after a compiled repository objects migration. For information on the Database Configuration Wizard and repository migration, see Going Live with Siebel Business Applications . NOTE: You must run the Synchronize Database Definition option (DDLSync) in the Database Configuration Wizard after any database schema changes are migrated from one environment to another. For more information about the Database Configuration Wizard, see Siebel Database Upgrade Guide and Siebel Installation Guide for the operating system you are using.
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Siebel Application Deployment Manager Guide Version 8.1, Rev. B Guidelines for Deploying Siebel ADM Using the SRFDiff Utility for Validation and Diagnosis 118 Using the SRFDiff Utility for Validation and Diagnosis The SRFDiff utility compares two given SRF files, which is useful for validating the SRF files when using Siebel Application Deployment Manager (ADM) to deploy repository data, and for diagnostic purposes. The validation and diagnostic scenarios for using SRFDiff include the following environments: development, test, staging, and production. See also “Synchronizing Repository Updates” on page 117 . For more information on using the SRFDiff utility, see Using Siebel Tools . To use the SRFDiff utility in validation mode 1 Generate the package from the development environment. 2 Create test environment as a clone of the production environment. 3 Deploy the repository deployment units (SIF files) from the package to the test environment. 4 Compile the SRF to a temporary location on the test environment. 5 Add the SRF from the temporary location to the package as a file item. 6 Deploy the file units, which includes the SRF, and database units to the test environment. 7 Test and verify the changes. 8 Create the staging environment as a clone of the production environment. 9 Deploy the package to the staging environment. 10 Compile the SRF to a temporary location in the staging environment. 11 Run SRFDiff on the files created in Step 4 and Step 10 .
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  • Summer '16
  • Oracle
  • Web server, Enterprise application integration, ADM Deployment

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