Other Options for Deploying Customizations Using Siebel ADM on page 56 The

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“Other Options for Deploying Customizations Using Siebel ADM” on page 56 . The decision to use either the ADM framework or the previous 7.x ADM functionality must be made based on the scope of the customizations migration. While the ADM framework provides more functionality and is generally recommended, it can require a greater investment in time and resources for some deployments. What ADM Is Not Designed For ADM is a feature designed to identify, package, and deploy user customizations to a same-version and same-language target Siebel Business Applications. It is not designed for these functions: A mass data migration tool A change management tool A systems management tool Installing, patching, or upgrading the Siebel Business Applications
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Siebel Application Deployment Manager Guide Version 8.1, Rev. B Overview of the Siebel ADM Deployment Process Deploying Customizations Using the Siebel ADM Framework 52 Deploying Customizations Using the Siebel ADM Framework At the highest level, the process of migrating customizations using the Siebel Application Deployment Manager (ADM) framework involves the following phases: 1 Packaging. Bundling the customizations made in one environment in preparation for migration to another environment. For more information on this stage, see “About the Deployment Package Directory” on page 54 and “About the ADM Packaging Process” on page 54 . 2 Deploying. Deploying the customizations package to the target environment. For more information on this stage, see “About the ADM Deployment Process” on page 54 and “About the ADM Command Flow” on page 55 . NOTE: The descriptions of these two phases assume that the ADM framework is installed and configured. For information about the ADM framework, see Chapter 2, “Overview of the Siebel ADM Architecture.” For more information on the other options that describe how to migrate customizations outside the ADM framework, see “Other Options for Deploying Customizations Using Siebel ADM” on page 56 .
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Overview of the Siebel ADM Deployment Process Deploying Customizations Using the Siebel ADM Framework Siebel Application Deployment Manager Guide Version 8.1, Rev. B 53 Figure 3 shows a high-level overview of the ADM process. Figure 3. High-Level Overview of ADM Process
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Siebel Application Deployment Manager Guide Version 8.1, Rev. B Overview of the Siebel ADM Deployment Process Deploying Customizations Using the Siebel ADM Framework 54 About the Deployment Package Directory This topic is part of “Deploying Customizations Using the Siebel ADM Framework” on page 52 . The Application Deployment Manager (ADM) deployment package directory is the location where the packages are loaded in preparation for deployment. During the deployment, the application customizations defined by the ADM package are copied from this directory to the target environment.
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