For more information and detailed procedures on the ADM deployment process see

For more information and detailed procedures on the

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For more information and detailed procedures on the ADM deployment process, see Chapter 6, “Deploying a Siebel ADM Package.” For information on the ADM command flow, see “About the ADM Command Flow” on page 55 . About the ADM Command Flow Application Deployment Manager (ADM) commands are processed through the Siebel Enterprise Server. See Figure 4 for a view of the ADM command flow. Figure 4. ADM Command Flow
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Siebel Application Deployment Manager Guide Version 8.1, Rev. B Overview of the Siebel ADM Deployment Process Other Options for Deploying Customizations Using Siebel ADM 56 Commands are entered in the ADM command-line interface (client environment), which executes the ADM deployment on the Siebel Management Server (orchestration environment). From the Management Server, the command is received by the Siebel Management Agent in the target Siebel Server and is passed to the ADM Object Manager (ADMObjMgr_ lang ), where an asynchronous server request is created in the S_SRM_REQUEST table. The Server Request Processor (SRProc) picks up the request and invokes the Server Request Broker (SRBroker) to process the request using Siebel Enterprise Application Integration (EAI) and send deployment status back to the Management Agent. For more information on the ADM elements of the command flow, see the following topics: “About the ADM Command-Line Interface” on page 15 “About the Siebel Management Server and ADM Deployment Engine” on page 17 “About the Siebel Management Agents and Siebel ADM” on page 23 “Application Deployment Manager Object Manager” on page 24 “Application Deployment Manager Processor” on page 24 For more information on SRProc and SRBroker, see Siebel System Administration Guide . Other Options for Deploying Customizations Using Siebel ADM The following options for deploying Siebel Application Deployment Manager (ADM) customizations are available for database data type customizations only. These options do not require the use of the ADM framework, as outlined in “Deploying Customizations Using the Siebel ADM Framework” on page 52 . They represent the ADM deployment methods available in earlier releases of Siebel Business Applications: “About Deploying ADM Customizations Using ADM GUI and HTTP” on page 56 “About Deploying ADM Customizations Using Export Files and ADM GUI” on page 57 “About Deploying ADM Customizations Using the Server Manager Command-Line Interface” on page 57 NOTE: These deployment options do not have the backup, activation, restore, or enhanced logging features of the ADM framework. About Deploying ADM Customizations Using ADM GUI and HTTP Deploying ADM customizations using the Siebel application ADM GUI is available to database types only. This deployment method requires both the source and target environment to be online and in communication using HTTP. The deployment is run from the source environment.
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