For the repository category set only to 1 For the database category parallelism

For the repository category set only to 1 for the

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For the repository category, set only to 1. For the database category, parallelism represents the number of database items deployed concurrently. For example, if the value is set to 2, two deployment units deploy concurrently. For the file category, parallelism represents the number of file servers deployed concurrently. This setting is dependent on the number of servers and the number of units inside the File category of the package. For example, if the File category consists of 5 units and there are 2 servers, the maximum value for the degree of parallelism is 10 (5 multiplied by 2). StopOnError No This parameter is set at the profile level. If set to Yes, the deployment stops when an error occurs. If set to No, the deployment continues to the next unit or group even though an error occurs. ADM does not check dependencies between separate units, especially database items. If one unit fails and another database unit is dependent on the failed unit, then the second unit also fails. Database items that have been related though the ADM UI are treated as one unit in this case (one file).
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Configuring and Administering the Siebel ADM Framework About Siebel ADM Configurations for New Data Types Siebel Application Deployment Manager Guide Version 8.1, Rev. B 43 Setting Dependencies You can set dependencies in the entprofile_ enterprise_name .xml file. The following example illustrates that the Repository category should start deploying only after the Database category reaches the deployment complete state and file category units are in the migration complete state: <Category Name="Repository"> <Dependencies> <Dependency Category="Database" Status="DEPLOYMENT_COMPLETE"/> <Dependency Category="File" Status="MIGRATION_COMPLETE"/> </Dependencies> You can apply the same approach to other required dependencies. About Siebel ADM Configurations for New Data Types Siebel Application Deployment Manager (ADM) can be extended to support additional database and file data types for deployment. Creating a new file data type for deployment requires a new entry in the ADM registry. Creating a new database data type for deployment requires a new entry in the ADM registry, as well as a new integration object and a new content object. NOTE: Adding repository data types is unnecessary, because all repository objects are automatically covered. The following topics describe ADM system administration or configuration tasks that are sometimes necessary when preparing for ADM deployments of new data types: “Configuring the ADM Registry” on page 44 “Restoring the ADM Registry” on page 44 “Creating Integration Objects for ADM” on page 45 “Creating Content Objects for ADM” on page 46 “Configuring Integration Objects for ADM Deployment” on page 46 BackupDir Not applicable This parameter contains the path of the ADM backup directory, which contains .sif files.
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  • Summer '16
  • Oracle
  • Web server, Enterprise application integration, ADM Deployment

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