At the installation of the Siebel Management Server specific configurations are

At the installation of the siebel management server

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At the installation of the Siebel Management Server, specific configurations are required at that time if you are using the ADM functionality. For more information on the installation of the Siebel Management Server and Siebel Management Agents, see “About the Siebel ADM Framework Installation” on page 27 . For information about postinstallation configurations necessary for ADM, see “Process of Configuring the Siebel ADM Framework After Installing Siebel Management Server and Agents” on page 28 . NOTE: The Siebel Diagnostic Tool can optionally use the Siebel Management Server and Management Agents. For more information, see Siebel System Monitoring and Diagnostics Guide . About the Siebel ADM Source Environment The Siebel Application Deployment Manager (ADM) source environment refers to the Siebel Business Applications environment where the application customizations originate. This environment can be, for example, a development or test environment. The ADM framework automates the collection, packaging, and migration of application customizations from the source environment to the target environment. For example, one source environment can be used to create an ADM package for migration into multiple target environments. ADM data types represent the different customizable entities in the source environment. For more information on ADM data types, see “About Siebel ADM Data Types” on page 13 . You begin the ADM deployment process by packaging ADM data types in the source environment. For information on this process, see “About the ADM Packaging Process” on page 54 . You can also use the source environment to deploy certain customizations outside the ADM framework. For more information on this deployment option, see “Other Options for Deploying Customizations Using Siebel ADM” on page 56 . About Siebel ADM Data Types Siebel Application Deployment Manager (ADM) data types represent the customized entities that require migration to new environments. For example, an assignment rule, a List of Values, application responsibilities, or Web templates represent the type of configurations you make to one environment that must be migrated to another environment.
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Siebel Application Deployment Manager Guide Version 8.1, Rev. B Overview of the Siebel ADM Architecture About the Siebel ADM Client Environments 14 There are three general categories of ADM data types: ADM Database Types. Siebel run-time customizations residing in the Siebel Database, for example, a Product Line or Assignment Rule. ADM Repository Types. Siebel object definitions residing in the Siebel Repository, for example, a Business Component. ADM File Types. Siebel Business Applications files residing on the Siebel Server, Web server, or a supported third-party server, for example, a Web Template.
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  • Summer '16
  • Oracle
  • Web server, Enterprise application integration, ADM Deployment

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