Stopping an ADM deployment is an administrative task that is sometimes

Stopping an adm deployment is an administrative task

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Stopping an ADM deployment is an administrative task that is sometimes necessary if you are running a staged deployment, or for other nondeployment reasons.
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Deploying a Siebel ADM Package Administering the Siebel ADM Deployment Execution Siebel Application Deployment Manager Guide Version 8.1, Rev. B 97 Restarting a stopped deployment involves reinvoking the original deployment command as described in “Deploying an ADM Deployment Session” on page 95 or “Deploying and Activating an ADM Deployment Session” on page 96 . The ADM framework continues to deploy only the units of the deployment session that were not fully deployed initially. To stop an ADM deployment session At the ADM command-line prompt, enter: deploy_ enterprise_name stop username password package_name For more information about the syntax elements of this command, see “About the Siebel ADM Command-Line Interface Syntax” on page 87 . Backing Up Before Restoring an ADM Session This topic is part of “Administering the Siebel ADM Deployment Execution” on page 96 . The backup command backs up the target environment’s current application settings that are updated by the ADM package referenced in the command. This process normally occurs automatically during the restore command (as specified in the enterprise profile), but running it separately reduces the deployment time. To back up target environment before restoring an ADM package At the ADM command-line prompt, enter: deploy_ enterprise_name backup username password package_name For more information about the syntax elements of this command, see “About the Siebel ADM Command-Line Interface Syntax” on page 87 . The backup command can also use the optional flags described in Table 10 on page 93 and Table 12 on page 98 . Creating an ADM Restore Session This topic is part of “Administering the Siebel ADM Deployment Execution” on page 96 . Restoring an Application Deployment Manager (ADM) session is a task to restore objects affected by the deployment to their predeployment versions, as well as activate these previous versions. The restore task is subject to various limitations and must be performed while a valid ADM deployment session is active and before the deployment session is acknowledged. NOTE: If you perform a restore after data has been modified post deployment and before acknowledgment, the modified data is lost.
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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 98 This task involves the following commands to complete: 1 “Switching to an ADM Restore Session” on page 98 2 “Restoring the ADM Deployment Copy” on page 98 3 “Restoring the ADM Deployment Activation” on page 99 4 (Optional) “Restoring the ADM Deployment Copy and Activation” on page 99 These commands can use the following optional flags: -t , -fileserver , -async , and -no_val_err , defined in Table 10 on page 93 . Several optional command-line flags that further define the restore task are described in Table 12 .
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