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postdeployment tasks such as activation outside of the ADM framework. For more information on specific ADM data types, see Appendix A, “Siebel ADM Supported Data Types.”
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Siebel Application Deployment Manager Guide Version 8.1, Rev. B 111 7 Guidelines for Deploying Siebel ADM This chapter contains Siebel Application Deployment Manager (ADM) deployment guidelines and business case scenarios. It includes the following topics: Business Case Scenarios for Siebel ADM on page 111 About Siebel ADM Roles on page 115 Selecting Siebel ADM Over Other Data Migration Options on page 115 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 Synchronizing Repository Updates on page 117 Using the SRFDiff Utility for Validation and Diagnosis on page 118 Integrating Siebel ADM with Change Management Systems on page 119 Business Case Scenarios for Siebel ADM The following four business cases provide potential scenarios for using Siebel Application Deployment Manager (ADM), based on the frequency of the target environment updates and also by the type or amount of application customizations being migrated. The scenarios are as follows: “Scenario for a Minor Customization Update Using ADM” on page 111 “Scenario for a Minor Functional Update Using ADM” on page 112 “Scenario for a Major Functional Update Using ADM” on page 113 “Scenario for a Major Functional Update with Full Repository Changes Using ADM” on page 114 Scenario for a Minor Customization Update Using ADM This topic is part of “Business Case Scenarios for Siebel ADM” on page 111 . This topic gives one example of how Application Deployment Manager (ADM) can be used. You may use ADM differently, depending on your business model. The following scenario illustrates the use of ADM to deploy a simple change.
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Siebel Application Deployment Manager Guide Version 8.1, Rev. B Guidelines for Deploying Siebel ADM Business Case Scenarios for Siebel ADM 112 A Siebel administrator reviews the current production deployment on a daily basis and schedules an update to the deployment once a week. This weekly update includes minor changes and enhancements. Several users of the production application have requested the following: Updates to three List of Values (LOVs) and the addition of five new LOVs Updates to 10 responsibilities and views and the addition of two new responsibilities and views Updates to 50 assignment rules and the addition of 10 new assignment rules NOTE: These minor updates and enhancements represent no new changes in business processes and do not require schema changes or compiled repository objects. The Siebel administrator uses ADM to create one single ADM package containing the updates and enhancements. The ADM package contains the customizations data for each ADM data type. Starting with a refreshed test environment, the administrator deploys and activates the ADM package. In this scenario, the target Siebel Enterprise Server requires minimal or no downtime.
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