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If the newly created top-level objects should not or cannot be deleted during a restore operation, then the value of the parameter must be set to No , and a comment should be entered in the registry to clearly describe why. This parameter applies to database and repository only. Restore Activate Method The method that makes the restored data available to users in the target environment. There are two possible values: Not Applicable. Either there is no restore activate step, or the restore activate step is not automated. Business Service. The specified custom Siebel business service is called, and the method in the Method attribute is invoked. NOTE: Not all data types need activation. Some data types are immediately available to the users after restore. Restore Activate Validation Method The validation method performed before executing the restore activate operation. The following methods can be invoked: Not Applicable. ServerComponentStatus. The method called to check the state of a specified Siebel Server component on the target server against a given state (running, offline, or online). For example: <component> <name>ADMObjMgr_ lang </ name > <status>Online</ status > </component> where name is the component name, and status is the status of the component. If the states match, the validation is successful. If the states do not match, the validation fails. In this example, if ADMObjMgr_ lang is online on the target server, then the validation is successful. Max Units Per Package The maximum number of units allowed in an ADM package due to limitations with the product. The ADM Package Utility enforces the limit. Manual Steps Manual steps required for deploying the data type. These steps include clicking buttons, restarting a service, clearing the cache, and so on.
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Siebel Application Deployment Manager Guide Version 8.1, Rev. B Siebel ADM Support for Additional Data Types Data Type Attributes for Adding New Siebel ADM Data Types 158 Additional Downtime Impact Other impacts to system availability or downtime during deployment, in addition to those listed in Table 17 on page 139 . Deployment Prerequisites Prerequisites for successful deployment of the data type. Notes Special considerations, limitations, and comments for the deployment of the data type. Data Type Attributes for Adding New Siebel ADM Data Types This topic contains data type attributes that you can use when adding new Siebel Application Deployment Manager (ADM) data types for deployment. For more information on each of the data type attribute categories, see “About Data Type Attributes for Adding New Siebel ADM Data Types” on page 153 . This topic includes information for the following ADM data types: “Access Controlled Business Service Database Data Type” on page 160 “LOV (List of Values) Database Data Type” on page 196 “Access Controlled Task Database Data Type” on page 161 “MessageType Database Data Type” on page 197 “AccessGroup Database Data Type” on page 162 “PDQ (Predefined Query) Database Data Type” on page 198 “AccntPromo Database Data Type” on page 163
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